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rate of slow-excitatory units progressively increased as the tibia flexed, but remained less than the firing rate seen in the quiescent state. Common inhibitory motor neurones that fire sporadically in the quiescent state were suppressed during thanatosis, especially in the beginning, and showed a large excitation immediately after arousal. These findings suggest that the entire motor neuronal pool is held under active suppression during thanatosis, and that flexor muscle rigidity is maintaineddoi:10.1242/jeb.01220 pmid:15472021 fatcat:gn7gbsoixba3zm7tldd3atwe3e