*  Whiskers, barrels, and cortical efferent pathways in gap crossing by rats. - Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences
The cells of origin of the ponto-cerebellar pathway are segregated in layer Vb of the barrel field. Efferent axons of Vb cells ... Information from the barrel fields reaches motor areas via cortico-cortical, basal ganglia, or cerebellar pathways. ... which interrupted connections from the barrel field to the pons while leaving cortico-cortical and basal ganglia pathways ... The cells of origin of the ponto-cerebellar pathway are segregated in layer Vb of the barrel field. Efferent axons of Vb cells ...
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*  Dorsal root potential evoked by stimulation of periaqueductal gray and its efferent pathway analysis in rats]. - Semantic...
Dorsal root potential evoked by stimulation of periaqueductal gray and its efferent pathway analysis in rats].. *. Arina Li ... article{Zhang1990DorsalRP, title={[Dorsal root potential evoked by stimulation of periaqueductal gray and its efferent pathway ...
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*  Fast Food, Central Nervous System Insulin Resistance, and Obesity | Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology
Vagal Efferent Pathway The parasympathetic system affects energy balance through signals projecting from the hypothalamus to ... Sympathetic Efferent Pathway Cold, stress, and dietary changes modify the activity of projections from the paraventricular ... The Efferent Pathway. The hypothalamus regulates energy storage and expenditure in part through its connections to the ... The major efferent pathways involve the sympathetic nervous system (SNS), which promotes energy expenditure, and the ...
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*  Review. The conditioned immune response | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
... and subsequently modify the immune response via efferent pathways [34].. (a) Afferent pathways: how the central nervous system ... Two possible pathways have been proposed: a systemic or humoral pathway and a neural pathway. For the systemic or humoral ... The efferent and afferent communication pathways employed by the CNS and the peripheral immune system as well as the central ... c) Efferent pathways: how the central nervous system affects the immune system. In the case of behaviourally conditioned ...
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*  KAKEN - Research Projects | Reconstruction of injured autonomic nerves in the abdominal and pelvic spaces. (KAKENHI-PROJECT...
Publications] Kihara K. and deGroat W. C.: 'Sympathetic efferent pathways project bilaterally to the vas deferens in the rat.' ... Publications] Kihara K. et al.: 'Sympathetic efferent pathways projecting to the bladder neck and proximal urethra in the rat'J ... Publications] Kihara K. et al.: 'Sympathetic efferent pathways project bilaterally to the vas deferens in the rat'Anat. Rec.. ... Publications] Kihara K. and deGroat W. C.: 'Sympathetic efferent pathways projecting to the bladder neck and proximal urethra ...
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*  PEN TORCH by opto shosho on Prezi
The afferent pathway. The efferent pathway:. The Light Reflex. The light reflex consist of simultaneous and equal constriction ... Afferent pathway defects.. Efferent pathway defects. Abnormalities of pupillary reflexes.. Swinging Flashlight Test.. BY: Myada ... AFFERANT PATHWAY DEFECTS. It is the paradoxical response of a pupil to light in the presence of a relative afferent pathway ... AFFERANT PATHWAY DEFECTS. TOTAL AFFERENT PATHWAY DEFECT (TAPD) OR AMAUROTIC PUPIL. Caused by a complete optic nerve or retinal ...
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*  Free Pharmacology Flashcards about Foundation in itegra
Afferent Vs Efferent Pathways. Afferent: input information to the control center .. Efferent : output the information from the ...
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male erection efferent pathway. parasympathetic fibers release nitrous oxide (NO). male erection effector and reflex response. ...
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*  General Information | Shaun Morrison, Ph.D. | OHSU People | OHSU
"Central efferent pathways for cold-defensive and febrile shivering." Journal of Physiology In: , Vol. 589, No. 14, 07.2011, p. ... "Efferent projections of neuropeptide Y-expressing neurons of the dorsomedial hypothalamus in chronic hyperphagic models." ... The third area of research involves the organization of the medullary pathways regulating sympathetic outflow to the ... Central neural pathways for thermoregulatory cold defense." Journal of Applied Physiology In: , Vol. 110, No. 5, 05.2011, p. ...
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2010) Efferent pathways modulate hyperactivity in inferior colliculus. J Neurosci 30:9578-9587. ... The different response categories of VCN neurons have different patterns of projection to higher stages of the auditory pathway ... 2003) Parallel auditory pathways: projection patterns of the different neuronal populations in the dorsal and ventral cochlear ... Recruitment of additional corticospinal pathways in the human brain with state-dependent paired associative stimulation ...
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*  c1. BASIC SCIence C (155-226) Flashcards by harold robinson | Brainscape
a. the afferent pathway is CN III. the afferent pathway is via the TRIGEMINAL nerve (CN V), with the efferent pathway via the ... a. the afferent pathway is CN III. b. the efferent pathway is CN X. c. it fatigues easily. d. it can be prevented by ... The afferent pathway is by way of the ciliary ganglion to the opthalmic division to the opthalmic dividion of the trigeminal ... What nerve is a part of the afferent pathway in the oculocardiac reflex?. a. trigeminal b. vagus. c. gasserian. d. trochlear ...
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Neural or hormonal component that mediate a reflex; usually include receptor, afferent pathway, integrating center, efferent ... Contrast Pyramidal from Extrapyramidal pathways; explain the importance and the function of the Extrapyramidal pathways. Why ... Describe pain pathways, Nociceptors, and the mechanisms of pain sensation and blockage ... Design and illustrate a multi-enzyme pathway, controlled via negative feedback inhibition ...
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*  JCI - Volume 124, Issue 2
Orexin neurons suppress narcolepsy via 2 distinct efferent pathways. Emi Hasegawa, … , Takeshi Sakurai, Michihiro Mieda Emi ... Constitutive NF-κB pathway activation has been reported in different types of AML; however, the mechanism of NF-κB activation ... In this report, we used mice expressing only human FcγRs to evaluate the contribution of FcγR-mediated pathways to the ... Thus, controlled manipulation of this pathway holds promise for the expansion of β cells in patients with type 2 diabetes. ...
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*  Frontiers | Awakening Neuropsychiatric Research Into the Stria Medullaris: Development of a Diffusion-Weighted Imaging...
2015). Efferent pathways of the mouse lateral habenula. J. Comp. Neurol. 523, 32-60. doi: 10.1002/cne.23662 ... The dorsal diencephalic conduction system is a pathway that transmits information from the cognitive-emotional forebrain to the ... Hennigan, K., D'Ardenne, K., and McClure, S. M. (2015). Distinct midbrain and habenula pathways are involved in processing ... 2016). Revealing the ventral amygdalofugal pathway of the human limbic system using high spatial resolution diffusion tensor ...
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*  Negative Feedback - Homeostasis? - Biology-Online
4. Afferent pathway 5. Efferent pathway 3 characteristics of negative feedback: 1. Primary mechanism for homeostatic regulation ...
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*  BIOSCIENCE - King's College London - Course Hero
L3: Homeostasis and Physiological Control Types of Feedback 1. Sensors: 2. Afferent Pathway: 3. Integrating Center: 4. Efferent ...
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*  The Inhibition of Neurons in the Central Nervous Pathways for Thermoregulatory Cold Defense Induces a Suspended Animation State...
2011) Central efferent pathways for cold-defensive and febrile shivering. J Physiol 589:3641-3658. ... a nonhibernator through the inhibition of a specific brain area belonging to the efferent arm of the central nervous pathways ... 2006) Peripheral ghrelin deepens torpor bouts in mice through the arcuate nucleus neuropeptide Y signaling pathway. Am J ... A key area in the central nervous pathways for thermoregulatory cold defense is the rostral ventromedial medulla (RVMM), a ...
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2007) Central efferent pathways mediating skin cooling-evoked sympathetic thermogenesis in brown adipose tissue. Am J Physiol ... 2011) Central efferent pathways for cold-defensive and febrile shivering. J Physiol 589:3641-3658. ... 2006) Efferent projections of rat rostroventrolateral medulla C1 catecholamine neurons: Implications for the central control of ... The functions of these distinct inhibitory pathways and the physiological stimuli through which they may be differentially ...
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*  Frontiers | Role of the Oxytocin Receptor Expressed in the Rostral Medullary Raphe in Thermoregulation During Cold Conditions |...
Central efferent pathways mediating skin cooling-evoked sympathetic thermogenesis in brown adipose tissue. Am J Physiol Regul ... Central efferent pathways for cold-defensive and febrile shivering. J Physiol (2011) 589:3641-58. doi:10.1113/jphysiol. ... Morrison SF, Nakamura K. Central neural pathways for thermoregulation. Front Biosci (2011) 16:74-104. doi:10.2741/3677 ... The neurochemical characterisation of hypothalamic pathways projecting polysynaptically to brown adipose tissue in the rat. ...
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*  Insular Ischemic Stroke | SpringerLink
Autonomic responses and efferent pathways from the insular cortex in the rat. J Comp Neurol. 1991;303(3):355-74. https://doi. ... Efferent connections of the parabrachial nucleus in the rat. Brain Res. 1980;197(2):291-317.CrossRefPubMedGoogle Scholar ...
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*  Neurotransmitters of the suprachiasmatic nuclei
Afferent inputs and efferent pathways of the SCN. RHT: Retinohypothalamic tract, GHT: Geniculohypothalamic tract, OC: Optic ... Neurotransmitters in efferent projections. The output of the SCN by way of efferent projections serves the purpose of conveying ... Both neural output pathways and diffusible non-neural pathways become important in elucidating the functional significance of ... It was suggested that acetylcholine plays a role in the light-input pathway on the basis of some of the studies [16,106]. ...
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1991) Protective functions of the efferent pathways to the mammalian cochlea: a review. in Noise-induced hearing loss, eds ... It is also consistent with earlier studies showing that artificial electrical stimulation of the efferent pathway reduced ... 1997b) The role of the cochlear efferent system in acquired resistance to noise-induced hearing loss. Hear Res 104:191-203. ... 1988a) Physiology of cochlear efferent and afferent neurons: direct comparisons in the same animal. Hear Res 34:179-192. ...
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*  Frontiers | Factors influencing cerebral plasticity in the normal and injured brain | Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Figure 4 Schematic illustration of the stroke and major cortical efferent pathways. (A) The sensorimotor cortex and other right ... The pathways originating from the intact left hemisphere that were traced include the corticorubral (green) and corticospinal ( ... The first is inosine, which is a purine nucleoside that can activate an intracellular signaling pathway that regulates the ...
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