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Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 50, Issue 6, pp 1252–1259 | Cite as

Change in functional state of neuromuscular periphery on formation of spinal cord dominant

Part II. Effect of spinal cord dominant on motor nerve accommodation
  • F. D. Sheikhon
Physiology
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Summary

This work deals with a study of motor nerve accommodation following formation of a spinal cord dominant. The dominant was formed in one of the flexor centres of the posterior limb by acting upon the frog's sensory nerves with rhythmic subliminal stimuli. The presence of the subthreshold dominant was manifested in the reversal of the reciprocal relations between the antagonistic centers. As shown by experiments, the formation of a dominant in the spinal cord centres leads to an increased rate of motor nerve accommodation in the corresponding limb and its reduction in the contralateral limb. In their character and rapid reversibility these changes are very similar to those developing in the nerve in the area of catelectrotonus and anelectrotonus.

Keywords

Public Health Spinal Cord Functional State Sensory Nerve Motor Nerve 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. D. Sheikhon
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  1. 1.Electrophysiological Laboratory of the Institute of Normal and Pathological PhysiologyAMN SSSRMoscow

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