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Title Respiratory control : central and peripheral mechanisms / Dexter F. Speck, Michael S. Dekin, W. Robert Revelette, Donald T. Frazier, editors.

Publication Info. Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, [1993]


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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Part I: Membrane Properties of Respiratory Neurons; 1 Membrane Properties of Respiratory Neurons: An Overview; 2 Properties of Brainstem Neurons: Calcium Currents in Hypoglossal Motoneurons; 3 Neuronal Membrane Properties during O[sub(2)] Deprivation: In Vitro Intracellular Studies; 4 New Insights on Synaptic Transmission in the Nucleus Tractus Solitarius; 5 Modulation of Respiratory Patterns during Hypoxia; Part II: In Vitro Studies of Respiratory Control; 6 In Vitro Studies of Respiratory Control: An Overview.
7 Novel Approaches to the Study of Cellular Mechanisms Generating Respiratory Rhythm8 Respiratory Rhythm Generation in the Ventral Medulla; 9 Noradrenergic Modulation of the Medullary Respiratory Rhythm Generator by the Pontine A5 Area; 10 Bulbospinal Transmission of Respiratory Drive to Phrenic Motoneurons; 11 Comparative Approach to Neural Control of Respiration; Part III: Chemical Neuroanatomy; 12 Chemical Neuroanatomy: An Overview; 13 Neurotransmitter Content of Respiratory Neurons and Their Inputs: Double-Labeling Studies Using Intracellular Tracers and Immunohistochemistry.
14 Induction of Tyrosine Hydroxylase Gene in Carotid Body by Hypoxia15 Expression and Development of Transmitter Properties in Carotid Body Afferent Neurons; 16 Intrinsic Organization and Pontomedullary Connections of Rat Ventral Respiratory Group; Part IV: Central Integration of Respiratory Afferents; 17 Central Integration of Respiratory Afferents: An Overview; 18 The Breuer-Hering Reflex Requires Excitatory Amino Acid Neurotransmission in a Discrete Region of the Nucleus Tractus Solitarius.
19 Connectivity of Rostral Pontine Inspiratory-Modulated Neurons as Revealed by Responses to Vagal and Superior Laryngeal Afferent Stimulation20 Respiratory Modulation of Afferent Transmission to the Cerebellum; 21 Respiratory Afferents and the Inhibition of Inspiration; Part V: Modulation of Respiratory Pattern by Peripheral Afferents; 22 Modulation of Respiratory Pattern by Peripheral Afferents: An Overview; 23 Laryngeal Sensory Modalities and Their Functional Significance; 24 Diaphragmatic Afferents.
25 Responses of Group III and IV Muscle Afferents to Mechanical and Metabolic Stimuli Likely to Occur during Exercise26 Neurotransmitter Mechanisms in the Periphery of Respiratory Afferents; Part VI: Respiratory Chemoreception: Peripheral and Central; 27 Respiratory Chemoreception: Peripheral and Central: An Overview; 28 Carbonic Anhydrase, CI[sup( -- )]-HC0[sub(3)][sup( -- )] Exchanger, and Cellular pH in O[sub(2)] and CO[sub(2)] Chemoreception in the Cat Carotid Body in Vitro; 29 Physiological Roles of the Central Chemoreceptors.
Summary Understanding of the respiratory control system has been greatly improved by technological and methodological advances. This volume integrates results from many perspectives, brings together diverse approaches to the investigations, and represents important additions to the field of neural control of breathing. Topics include membrane properties of respiratory neurons, in vitro studies of respiratory control, chemical neuroanatomy, central integration of respiratory afferents, modulation of respiratory pattern by peripheral afferents, respiratory chemoreception, development of respiratory contr.
Subject Respiration -- Regulations.
MEDICAL -- Physiology.
SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Human Anatomy & Physiology.
Respiration. (OCoLC)fst01095694
Respiratory System -- innervation.
Respiratory Physiological Phenomena.
Genre/Form Electronic book.
Rules. (OCoLC)fst01423857
Electronic books.
Added Author Speck, Dexter F., 1955- editor.
Dekin, Michael S., editor.
Revelette, W. Robert, editor.
Frazier, Donald T., editor.
Other Form: Print version: Speck, Dexter F. Respiratory Control : Central and Peripheral Mechanisms. Lexington : The University Press of Kentucky, 2015 9780813117881
ISBN 9780813160467 (electronic bk.)
0813160464 (electronic bk.)
0813117887 (alk. paper)
9780813117881 (alk. paper)
Standard No. AU@ 000056061996
DEBBG BV044073058
DEBSZ 431901406
GBVCP 1003800033

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