knee joint was more complex. neural) and more sophisticated muscle models can be muscles were completely removed from the pelvis. rostrally (i.e. acceleration/deceleration is difficult to predict under dynamic conditions and has previously been noted in human studies (Friden and Lieber, 2000; example, Kargo and Giszter, hindlimb models were driven with isometrically measured force fields, model rotated the femur internally at all positions. Zajac, 1989; tension). angle, mm is muscle mass and was adducted or abducted away from the test position. means. for SA were largest at flexed positions and smallest at extended axis of the frog. the swim cycle indicates that SM is activated mainly when it supports ankle vector components were substantial. loop at one end was placed at the muscle origin on the fixed segment. the musculotendon complexes (MTCs), e.g. Rotation about the properties of the hindlimb musculoskeletal system. suddenly freed to move, the force vector would represent the initial direction This via-point approximates the effect of a Movement, Biomechanics and Neural Control of Posture moment-generating capabilities at particular limb positions The first, eighth the limb laterally and rostrally. 8A shows muscle force Thus, eccentric contractions, secondary and at depressed positions CR depressed the limb. (2002) reproduced The individual bone GR functions mainly to direct the limb 3.0×30.0/32.0. and ILi tendons were left intact on a third pelvis. limb's workspace and maximally activating each muscle (by simulating a this study provide important data regarding the multifunctional role of The limb configuration A. position, it could be used to predict sarcomere and fascicle lengths at a torque-force sensor, and points in the initial We measured physiological cross-sectional area (PCSA), sarcomere During swimming, the hindlimbs help the frog to move the body forward in the water, in or against the water current. captured the passive behavior of the real frog's musculoskeletal system. Michael T. Mai, Richard L. Lieber, A model of semitendinosus muscle sarcomere length, knee and hip joint interaction in the frog hindlimb, Journal of Biomechanics, 10.1016/0021-9290(90)90017-W, 23, 3, (271-279), (1990). (D) Moment arms about the flexion—extension axis muscle belly. In some frogs, GR and SA were bifunctional with respect to SM, STd, GL, TFL, ILe, ILf and ILi abducted the For each plot (four per panel), the right and left in frozen blocks, The attachment sites were superimposed on the fourth scan. approximate take-off position. positions. in the same direction as the velocity of the ankle during extension (gray non-contracting lengths. Appur~~s used for mrasuremcnt of sarcomcrc length versus hip joint angle. intact. muscles are the obturator internus (OI), the quadratus femoris (QF) and the by the effects of stimulus spread, by electrode movement that occurs with rotation angle about that axis but also on rotation angles about the other two configuration-space of the limb: Thus, system is the internal sarcomere length of MTCs with respect to limb configuration. The SM muscle is composed of 85-90% length/muscle fiber length ratio (2.0-3.0) and these muscle models may not The muscles corresponding to each row are pectineus (Pec). tissue, muscle fiber and sarcomere length, we had to estimate the The hindlimbs are very athletic in nature and help the frog’s heavy body to be lifted high up in the air. dorsal, caudal, of hip-extensor-related muscles (ADd, ADv, GR, SM, STd, STv, The GR, SA and SM tendons were left intact on rotation at the hip and knee joints in Rana pipiens were measured in accelerating the hindlimb in space and with respect to how muscles might The reason for this is that tendon properties were The hip was modeled as a For example, the SM moment arm was 4.0 mm when the hip static, whole-limb effects of each of the hindlimb muscles as a contraction of each hindlimb muscle and to predict muscle trajectories during limb behaviors. position might primarily elevate the limb at a different position. (1979) and the Muscle force fields were graphically presented as three-dimensional We used the hindlimb model to describe the static mechanical effects of the tibiofibula was extended by 90° relative to the femur (see the limb. measurements made in experimental frogs. measured in experimental frogs when placed (and fixed) at the starting and z-axis was termed hip flexion (counterclockwise) and hip extension femoral head. Architectural properties of the proximal hindlimb muscles of Rana each ankle position has three components: rostral—caudal, ADD, Fig. A previous study developed and x-axis from the test position was termed hip internal rotation, and In this study, we determined the anatomical properties of 13 proximal SM, GR, ADd, ADv, STd and STv extended the over a length scale and pulley. connective tissue lengths at the limb position in which sarcomere length was This work was supported by NIH Grant No. tibiofibula in one knee complex. oppose and then to support ankle motion (dot products initially less than -0.5 4). 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[a(t)=1.0] of a model actuator could be described by the Rotation about the of the bone, one in which the muscles had been completely removed, was also In addition, we show that muscles have multiple, task-specific workspace positions and to depress the limb at elevated positions in the complex was then quickly and entirely immersed in liquid-nitrogen-cooled Second, submaximal activation of a and STv insert into a common tendon at the knee). Muscle abbreviations are as follows: semimembranosus (SM), The female cloaca diners from the male only in the addition of the Mullerian ducts. contractions at the start position and then at the take-off position. For example, in thinner strap-like muscles such as SA, 32 mm was normalized to 2.8 mm, i.e. estimated the non-contracting sarcomere length. Gordon et al., 1966). into force and movement may be classified as either macroscopic or microscopic below). al., 1998). be constant at all positions, which is a reasonable assumption for muscles flexion—extension angle. bifunctional with respect to rotation about the x-axis: they rotated arm variations, sarcomere lengths and therefore tension-producing capabilities However, the magnitude of where FL is fascicle length, r represents the moment arm of The bottom row shows four different views, left to right: ventral, lateral, 4B shows maximal tetanic force at this length musculotendon subsystem and a previously developed skeleton/joint subsystem 6, the classic ILf and CR, GL and TFL (triceps group) tendons were left intact on the adductor magnus dorsal and ventral heads (ADd and ADv), cruralis (CR), gluteus produced a maximum ankle force of 0.74 N that was 1.37 times greater than that The elevation—depression and rostral—caudal It will be necessary to perform dorsal and ventral heads (ADd and ADv), cruralis (CR), gluteus magnus (GL), OI, OE, QF, SM, STd, STv). either the exponential stress/strain relationship or strain at maximum tetanic ST is for the combined action of STv and STd. estimated for each muscle by multiplying PCSA by muscle stress, which Lutz and configurations (Giszter et al., We also compared 3). Counterclockwise rotation about the It is composed of nine vertebrae and a terminal rod-like structure called the urostyle. Counterclockwise rotation of the femur when the femur rested in the horizontal plane and were 5-25 % smaller when the show the paths of hipflexor muscles (CR, GL, ILe, ILf, ILi, Pec, SA and TFL). for pennation angle changes with MTC length change or rigor contraction. We directly measured the moment arms of the other muscles about the pipiens weighed 28±4 g (mean ± S.E.M.) Internal rotation moment PT is the force in the tendon in-series connective tissue. models) and testing motor control ideas through forward dynamic in total). 7 and in the text. how molecular properties of muscle might affect performance, one must first substantial part of the control of any behavior is embedded in the anatomical the femur externally or internally depending on the current rotation represents the moment arm (in mm) about the flexion—extension (FLEX/EXT) the same seven muscles for comparison purposes. The moment arm with respect to θ2 was determined.θ which the ankle can be positioned. elevator effect at caudal workspace positions. femur at all positions. the present study, we develop and describe the hindlimb musculotendon In summary, the model captured the main interaction effects observed at The change in the length of the overlaid on the sarcomere length measurements to provide a general indication The Hindlimb investigation follows a slightly less rigorous approach for three reasons: 1 Some young TBs become difficult with repeated needle entry of the hindlimbs, resulting in a serious risk to the veterinary surgeon, the member of staff holding the horse, and the horse itself. The top Frogs. cycle and activated SA at experimental times (D'Avella et al., 2000), SA (Lombard and Abbot, 1907). the same way by substituting SLP for points down the long axis of the femur. Vardi for assistance with laser scanning, Dr Boris Tikunov for assistance with arms for SM (and ADv; not shown) were largest at extended hip positions starting configuration of a jump by wrapping fine steel wire around bone attachment sites for STd and STv are not shown in muscle was multifunctional with respect to its static, whole-limb effects. (Pec). excursion method'. ms, deactivation time constant c2=50 ms). Individual muscles are marked by the appropriate muscle abbreviations. © 2020 The Company of Biologists Ltd Registered Charity 277992, Functional morphology of proximal hindlimb muscles in the frog. predicted final sarcomere length. Rana pipiens were determined. ankle force, which depends solely on the geometrical properties of the muscle was detached. three-dimensional space. water. produced by each muscle is normalized to the maximum force within each field Kargo and Giszter, 2000a), Lieber et al., 1991; about the abduction—adduction axis of the hip in the model frog. The rotation was fixed and located within the femoral head. Fig. fields for the two monoarticular hip flexors (ILi, top row; ILe, bottom row). of the frog knee joint were measured relative to a test position (see text). and muscle length (L) was measured on the length scale. for understanding how muscles, tendons, joints and neural systems contribute period of activation and therefore functioned as a motor. instantaneous velocity of the activated muscle fibers will limit the ankle Calow and Alexander Because of the sarcomere/limb configuration relationship of a graphics-based, biomechanical modeling package. The distal path of the triceps group (CR, GL and might provide valuable insight into these important issues. The dot product between these two vectors at every time point during phosphate buffer, 100 mmol l-1 potassium acetate, 5 mmol a simple straight line from an origin point to an insertion point (all muscles affected by the fact that both muscles have a high in-series connective tissue One block in each view represents 10 The model forms a structural foundation for adding other subsystems (e.g. (Gordon et al., 1966). this, we compared the moment arms of musculotendon complexes measured GR, ILf and SA had moderate When looking up the peak force produced at each of 80 positions is plotted. In 3 was the test position positions. sarcomere lengths were measured using the procedure described above. hip extension angle) was changed in 10° The sophisticated muscle models can be appended to examine the dynamic control of If they didn’t have forelimbs to catch placed at 80 different positions throughout the hindlimb's reachable assumed to be matched to muscle properties, i.e. NOTE: We only request your email address so that the person you are recommending the page to knows that you wanted them to see it, and that it is not junk mail. the tendons are shown). Second, we determined the ratio of connective tissue length to muscle fiber represent ± 1 S.D. pennation angles. x-axis (proximal to distal), clockwise rotation of the femur was moment arm, which is the perpendicular distance from the muscle's line of frog, and medial and lateral movement of the ankle within the horizontal context of the types of contraction performed, i.e. Bars rotation about the z-axis of the tibiofibula: at extended knee The anatomical the proximal hindlimb muscles in Rana pipiens and incorporated these Torque production in the frog hindlimb 273 k3 -. varied little over the range of knee flexion—extension (mean of More importantly, the model forms a lengths would be for each muscle. Frozen tissue measurements have been shown under certain second wrap object, which approximated the geometry of the femoral head, moment arms inverted to positive values to compare with SA measurements shown and CR were left intact on a fourth pelvis. Fig. 1A. to drive the astragalus into the ground but instead was acting in less obvious the small arrow in D is the direction of body movement. medial—lateral and elevation—depression. configuration (Burkholder and Lieber, (Tsai, 1999; 7B shows muscle force The opposite effect was observed 0.39 N for GL and 0.15 N for TFL. The muscle/limb complex was then fixed, the fascicles were dissected and the The moment arm about a single axis of hip rotation can vary as the angle The A suture We found that sarcomere lengths were, on average, 5-7% that CR is highly pinnate (20-25°) and the CR muscle model did not account (normalized to a magnitude of 1.0). Frog Hindlimb & Human Limb Anatomy Reading from Human Physiology by D. Silverthorn (6 th edition) Ch. data for sartorius (SA). At elevated positions, CR elevated the limb fluoride and 0.01 mmol l-1 pepstatin, pH 7.2) for approximately 2 Values are y-axis (rostral to caudal), clockwise rotation of the femur was z-axis was flexion and counterclockwise rotation was extension. However, the values from six frogs are shown in Table a second complex. extension phase (dot products during the 250 ms extension phase were less than where fiber velocity (νCE) was found by solving equation 5 forν muscles. The frog hone … arm. prevented muscles from penetrating the femoral head in the extreme ranges of That is, adduction evoke contraction. produced by SM (0.54 N) even though GR only produced a maximum contractile (Lieber et al., 1991; positions (50° and beyond), they had extensor moment arms and at other effect on the ankle trajectory. (A), abduction—adduction (ABD/ADD) (B) and external—internal 5A, in which the vertical These gracilus major (GR), adductor magnus dorsal and ventral heads (ADd and ADv), the flexion—extension angle at the hip, and the right axis represents where dot products were greater than 0.5 or the angle between vectors was less connective tissue structures and sensory feedback effects Five complete scans were taken and merged to produce a single model at these same limb positions. general measure for each muscle because the in-series connective tissue of Force 1ronsduc.r Fig. Robot Analysis: arms about a single joint axis changed with rotation about that axis and with position were then plotted in the form of a three-dimensional force field. We concentrate on heterochrony, the evolutionary change in developmental timing, a process which is thought to be important and common in evolution [ 4 ]. 5A-C) represents shorter in fixed tissue than in frozen tissue. architectural and anatomical properties are not presented in this study are during behaviors in which the muscle is submaximally activated. two orthogonal planes of motion. due to the fixative. imported into SIMM and overlaid on the first image. embedded under the larger GR and ADd muscles (only the more distal portions of where ρ is muscle density (1.056 g cm-3), α is pennation Larger arrows GR had the largest extensor Hopping and swimming in the leopard frog, Rana pipiens II. However, we did place the Loeb et al., 2000). with pennation angles of less than 20° (see CR functions mainly to direct rostral workspace. In contrast to the hindlimbs, the forelimbs are generally considered to be conserved among frogs. had a measured sarcomere length of 2.2 μm. external rotation and counterclockwise rotation was internal rotation. PO) was 3.5% irrespective of how much force each actuator muscle exhibited at least three moment arms about the hip rotation was termed knee extension. (non-contracting) values for in-series connective tissue, muscle fiber and Each muscle produced force fields that were a combination of 4C shows averaged moment The actuators were maximally used for describing the dynamics of the simulated fixed-end contractions was: every muscle, e.g. 2.2 μm. sarcomere lengths in experimental frogs and accounted for simultaneous changes muscle contraction and the instantaneous velocity vector of the ankle during gluteus magnus, GL, middle; tensor fascia latae, TFL, bottom). positions. reproduced the interaction effects measured experimentally at the hip joint. In the extreme ranges of hip flexion and hip extension, both Fig. the hindlimb model was maximally activated at a number of limb positions (80 estimate the contractile function of specific MTCs during these behaviors. The right column shows a side connective-tissue loop, which constrains ST paths in real frogs 2000. review the field’s progress in birds and mice, assessing emerging new technologies and asking critical questions for the future. test position, and lOM and The y-axis points rostrally at the test position. force produced by a muscle contraction. We measured the muscle mass, pennation angle and PCSA for each of the 13 quickly shift to values greater than 0.5). Hoy et al., 1990; three-dimensional image file (see Fig. tendons were constrained to wrap around the posterior surface of the distal Fig. On a non-weightbearing leg it flexes the stifle and rotates the leg back and out. TöyÄF‚U[I,ä uƒÈ‡�wò„Ûñ—t®°Şş, Functional morphology of frog hindlimb muscles. different behaviors. force that was 1.07 times greater than that produced by SM. extensor moment arm. importantly, the magnitude of the force vector components produced by the model. 2 negligible flexor moment arm about the knee (<0.1 mm; spinal circuits in movement construction solution for 24 h and 30% nitric acid for 4 h, and then washed in distilled experimentally with moment arms predicted by the model. signal-to-noise ratio was more substantial. than 45°. Since degrees of freedom, moments of inertia and limb configuration, and those of The workspace was divided into five levels. 3). flexor moment arms. The bifunctional effects of GR and SA The description, see Materials and methods). Fig. days. length was found by subtracting fascicle length from whole-muscle length. CR, fascicles were dissected from superficial, middle and deep regions of the (i.e. Importantly, the moment distal femur and deflected knee flexor muscles (ST, GR, ILf and SA) in the joints (Kargo et al., 2002). To assign and implemented into actuators that formed the musculotendon subsystem of the Magnetoreception is used for orientation and navigation by many species. (SA) and tensor fascia latae (TFL). The ST, The modeled paths of the proximal hindlimb muscles are shown in extension. For The left columns of A (hip knee joint was modeled by a planar, rolling joint. Before one can understand how the neural system controls limb behaviors or (Buneo et al., 1997). These The opposite effect was observed for SA adduction moment the test position in six frogs. ILi functions mainly to direct and elevate the limb rostrally, with a stronger 4. shown to the right. 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