Effect of Electromagnetic Fields on Neurohumoral Regulation in Entire Organisms
The effect of EmFs on neurohumoral regulation is revealed both in externally manifested reactions and in changes in the nature and rate of physiological processes. The first types of effect include changes in the behavior of animals: unconditioned reactions to the EmFs and changes in previously elaborated conditioned reflexes; the second type includes changes in the functions of different divisions of the nervous system, disturbances of humoral regulation, changes in the nature and rate of biochemical processes, and so on.
KeywordsConditioned Stimulus Latent Period Conditioned Reflex Constant Magnetic Field Chronotropic Effect
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