*  Capsidiol - Wikipedia
Uchida J.Y.; Aragaki M. (1980). "Chemical Stimulation of oospore formation in Phytophthoracapsici". Mycologia 72, 1103-1108. ... Kinetic studies have indicated that turnover appears to be limited by a chemical step after the initial loss of pyrophosphate. ...
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*  David B. Dusenbery - Wikipedia
1992). Responses of nematode C. elegans to controlled chemical stimulation. Journal of Chemical Ecology, Vol. 18, pp. 585-592. ... Dusenbery, D.B. (1980). Responses of nematode C. elegans to controlled chemical stimulation. Journal of Comparative Physiology ... Journal of Chemical Ecology, Vol. 11, pp. 1239-1247. M.E. Mccallum and D.B. Dusenbery. ( ... Roland Thar and Michael Kühl (2003). Bacteria are not too small for spatial sensing of chemical gradients: An experimental ...
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*  Kainic acid - Wikipedia
... chemical stimulation by kainic acid is more localized than electrical stimulation. It is important to note that both chemical ... Chemical stimulation, while more complicated than electrical stimulation, has the distinct advantage of activating cell bodies ... Chemical stimulation is typically administered through a cannula that is inserted into the brain via stereotactic surgery. ... Electrical stimulation of designated areas of the brain are generally administered by passing an electric current through a ...
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*  3D bioprinting - Wikipedia
To maintain the object, both mechanical and chemical stimulations are needed. These stimulations send signals to the cells to ...
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*  Escape response - Wikipedia
Gilly, Wm; Lucero, Mary (1992). "Behavioral Responses to Chemical Stimulation of the Olfactory Organ in the Squid Loligo ... "Increased plasma corticosterone levels after periaqueductal gray stimulation-induced escape reaction or panic attacks in rats ...
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*  Maria Carmela Lico - Wikipedia
MacAri, M; Lico, M. C. (1980). "Nociceptive modulation in rats by chemical stimulation of caudate, septum and medial forebrain ... Covián, M. R.; Lico, M. C.; Rodrigues, J. A. (1966). "Blood pressure and respiratory changes by stimulation of brain septal ... Lico observed that these signs were abolished by septal stimulation. Based on those observations, she conceived an experiment ... Along with Covian, Lico studied pressor responses to the stimulation of septal nuclei. During these experiments with ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Carmela_Lico
*  Angiogenesis - Wikipedia
Chemical stimulation of angiogenesis is performed by various angiogenic proteins, including several growth factors. The ... Another approach for stimulation angiogenesis in the heart is using FGF gene (instead of the protein) delivered by adenoviral ... Mechanical stimulation of angiogenesis is not well characterized. There is a significant amount of controversy with regard to ... "VEGF binding to NRP1 is essential for VEGF stimulation of endothelial cell migration, complex formation between NRP1 and VEGFR2 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angiogenesis
*  Pulpitis - Wikipedia
When pain, thermal, and/or chemical stimulation is present, SP production and release increases. Current studies focus on ... The activating stimulus may include bacterial lipopolysaccharides, muramyl dipeptide, and other chemical mediators. Macrophages ... and those sensations eventually receive higher stimulation levels. The dull aches are associated with C-fibers and slow Aδ- ... creating neural responses when electrical stimulation is applied. EPTs may be unreliable and lead to false-positive and false- ...
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*  Paroxysmal depolarizing shift - Wikipedia
In contrast, the PDSs could be generated by electrical or chemical stimulation to single neurons.[citation needed] Depending on ...
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*  Standish Lawder - Wikipedia
Knoll, M.; Kugler, J.; Höfer, O. (1963). "Effects of Chemical Stimulation of Electrically-Induced Phosphenes on their Bandwidth ...
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*  Activity-regulated cytoskeleton-associated protein - Wikipedia
Bagni C, Mannucci L, Dotti CG, Amaldi F (2000). "Chemical stimulation of synaptosomes modulates alpha -Ca2+/calmodulin- ... The mRNA is notably upregulated following electrical stimulation in LTP-induction procedures such as high frequency stimulation ...
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*  Evolution of olfaction - Wikipedia
Unlike vision and hearing, olfactory chemical stimulation does not terminate after the removal of the stimulus. As such, ... Chemical senses, 27(4), 395-398. Sorensen, P. W., & Stacey, N. E. (2004). Brief review of fish pheromones and discussion of ... Chemical Senses, 25(4), 487-492. Dalton, P. and Scherer, P. W. (1999) A mass transport model of human olfactory adaptation . ... Antipredation pheromones vary across species; some may emit chemical cues that provoke physiological changes (e.g. body depth ...
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*  Spinal cord injury research - Wikipedia
Chemical stimulation of the spinal cord is administered through the microfluidic channel of the e-dura. The e-dura implants, ... They can be implanted into a lesion site with drugs or growth factors in them to give the chemicals the best access to the ... Functional electrical stimulation (FES) uses coordinated electric shocks to muscles to cause them to contract in a walking ... Despite limited funding, a number of experimental treatments such as local spine cooling and oscillating field stimulation have ...
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*  Ferdinand Hueppe - Wikipedia
Hueppe is remembered for his pioneer investigations of hormesis in regards to chemical stimulation/inhibition of bacterial ...
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*  Herbert Spencer Jennings - Wikipedia
His research helped demonstrate the link between physical and chemical stimulation and automatic responses in lower orders of ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbert_Spencer_Jennings
*  Nanosensor - Wikipedia
As the hydrogel swells or shrinks upon chemical stimulation, the Bragg grating changes color and diffracts light at different ... Chemical sensors, too, have been built using nanotubes to detect various properties of gaseous molecules. Carbon nanotubes have ... A principle of operation of these sensors is based on the chemical modulation of a hydrogel film volume that incorporates a ... Kong J; Franklin NR; Zhou C; Chapline MG; Peng S; Cho K; Dai H. (2000). "Nanotubes Molecular Wires as Chemical Sensors". ...
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*  Zona incerta - Wikipedia
Electrical or chemical stimulation of the zona incerta creates limbic-related movements, such as those associated with defense ... Unlike deep bilateral stimulation of the ventral lateral nucleus such stimulation of the zona incerta improves all aspects of ... Deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus in those with Parkinson's disease has identified the zona incerta as a ... This is the area targeted by deep brain stimulation area when the zona incerta is targeted in the treatment of Parkinson ...
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*  Parasitic plant - Wikipedia
Some seeds detect and respond to chemical stimulations produced in the host's roots and start to grow towards the host. The ... These chemical cues are a variety of compounds that are unstable and rapidly degraded in soil and are present within a radius ... Chemical compound cues sensed by parasitic plant seeds are from host plant root exudates that are leached in close proximity ... Some parasitic plants are able to locate their host plants by detecting chemicals in the air or soil given off by host shoots ...
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*  Cognitive neuroscience of dreams - Wikipedia
Furthermore, chemical stimulation of the pathway (with L-DOPA for example) increases the frequency and vividness of dreams ...
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*  Peripheral nerve interface - Wikipedia
Interfaces to the nervous system usually take the form of electrodes for stimulation and recording, though chemical stimulation ... nerve stimulation to control micturition, occipital nerve stimulation for chronic migraines and to interface with ... Peripheral nerve stimulation for restoration of motor function. J. Clin. Neurophysiol. 14:378-93 Weiner RL. 2000. The future of ... The feasibility of peripheral nerve stimulation to achieve a desired motor output has been demonstrated and is one of the major ...
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*  Perception - Wikipedia
All perception involves signals that go through the nervous system, which in turn result from physical or chemical stimulation ... When light from the shoe enters a person's eye and stimulates the retina, that stimulation is the proximal stimulus. The image ... Inhibitory transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) of the primary somatosensory cortex inhibits the perception of affective ... Taste and smell respond to chemicals in the environment that were significant for fitness in the environment of evolutionary ...
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*  Tissue engineering - Wikipedia
... and may provide static chemical stimulation or combination of chemical and mechanical stimulation. There are a variety of ... This is a polyester which degrades within the human body to form lactic acid, a naturally occurring chemical which is easily ... Growth factors, hormones, specific metabolites or nutrients, chemical and physical stimuli are sometimes required. For example ... chemical or mechanical stimuli. Therefore, there are systems that may include the application of forces or stresses to the ...
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*  Sexual selection in insects - Wikipedia
In the queen butterfly Danaus gilippus and the Arctic moth Utetheisa ornatrix, the chemical stimulation of the female is ... The venom glands are a basis of a chemical male attractant. In Xenomyrmex floridanus, the queen's venom glands and gasters both ...
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*  Sensitization - Wikipedia
Several examples of neural sensitization include: Electrical or chemical stimulation of the rat hippocampus causes ... In "kindling", repeated stimulation of hippocampal or amygdaloid neurons in the limbic system eventually leads to seizures in ... Thus, kindling has been suggested as a model for temporal lobe epilepsy in humans, where stimulation of a repetitive type ( ... Long-term potentiation Synaptic plasticity Neuroplasticity Multiple chemical sensitivity Shettleworth, S. J. (2010). Cognition ...
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*  Otto Loewi - Wikipedia
In 1921, Loewi investigated how vital organs respond to chemical and electrical stimulation. He also established their relative ... Consequently, he learnt how nerve impulses are transmitted by chemical messengers. The first chemical neurotransmitter that he ... He called the unknown chemical Vagusstoff, naming it after the nerve and the German word for substance. It was later found that ... The application of the liquid made the second heart also beat slower, proving that some soluble chemical released by the vagus ...
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