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The overall output of the network may be maintained through homeostatic mechanisms allowing different combinations of ion channels and synapses to achieve a similar set point of activity [91–93]. Thus, if species-specific motor behaviours were caused by differences in the biophysical properties of the neurons and synapses, it would probably involve a suite of biophysical differences rather than one or two small differences. This could be good news for studying the evolution of neural circuits because it means that species differences that underlie behaviour are likely to be substantial, rather than subtle.

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