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The Amenity and Annoyance: Circadian Rhythm, Function of the Limbic System and Metal Metabolism in Mice

  • K. Hoshishima

Abstract

At TEMA-5,1 I reported that the prenatal administration of trace amounts of 13 metals and fluoride was effective in changing circadian rhythms in mice. In a subsequent study,2 treatments (bilateral lesions of the central nucleus of amygdala, partial removal of the olfactory bulb, and chemical sympathectomy) and the function of the limbic system were also studied.

Keywords

Circadian Rhythm Olfactory Bulb Recovery Phase Limbic System Central Nucleus 
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References

  1. 1.
    K. Hoshishima and S. Shimai, Trace amounts of metal(s) prenatally administered and the circadian drinking rhythm in mice, in TEMA-5, D.F. Mills, I. Bremner and J.F. Chesters (eds.), Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, Farnam Royal, UK, pp. 292–294 (1985).Google Scholar
  2. 2.
    K. Hoshishima and S. Shimai, Trace amounts of metal(s) prenatally administered and the circadian drinking rhythm in mice, in Trace Substances in Environmental Health, XIX, D.D. Hemphill (ed.), Univ. of Missouri Press, pp. 417–424 (1986).Google Scholar

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© Plenum Press, New York 1988

Authors and Affiliations

  • K. Hoshishima
    • 1
  1. 1.Fukushima-shi, 960Japan

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