Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 82, Issue 4, pp 1460–1462 | Cite as

Effect of distribution of frequency of stimuli in the volley on working hyperemia of the gastrocnemius muscle in cats

  • E. S. Veselova
Physiology
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Abstract

The effect of the distribution of frequency of stimuli in the volley on indices of postcontraction hypermia of the gastrocnemius muscle was studied in acute experiments on cats. The introduction of a high initial frequency into the rhythmic volleys was shown to increase the indices of postcontraction hyperemia: the peak blood flow and the supplementary blood volume.

Key Words

gastrocnemius muscle of cats muscular contraction postcontraction hyperemia 

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