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Peripherally generated action potentials are not activity propagated to B21s lateral process when B21 is at its resting potential. During motor programs B21 is phasically depolarized via its electrical coupling with the feeding circuitry. This depolarization relieves the propagation failure in the lateral process and spikes are actively propgated to this output region of the cell.

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