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Mammalian muscle receptors and their central actions

Peter B. C. Matthews

Mammalian muscle receptors and their central actions

by Peter B. C. Matthews

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Published by Williams & Wilkins in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neuromuscular spindles.,
  • Neural conduction.,
  • Motor ability.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statement[by] Peter B. C. Matthews.
    SeriesMonographs of the Physiological Society, no. 23, Monographs of the Physiological Society ;, no. 23.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP356.3 .M39
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 630 p.
    Number of Pages630
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5339390M
    LC Control Number72193013

    muscle receptor: a sensory organ that responds to muscle stretch or tension, including muscle spindles and tendon organs. Also called myoreceptor. In mammalian skin, an array of somatosensory neurons transduces distinct components of cutaneous sensations, including pressure, stretch, flutter, vibration and pain. In touch receptors and other mechanosensory cells, transduction is thought to be mediated by mechanically activated ion channels that are embedded in the cell’s plasma membrane.

    Explanation of Mammalian brain. Mammalian brain | Article about Mammalian brain by The Free Dictionary that receive information from the skin and muscle receptors in the head region, as well as from other sense organs (hearing, equilibrium, taste). of nerve cells, or neurons) and white matter (aggregations of the neural processes). In. the stretch receptors in the central portion of the muscle spindle can be activated by A. passive stretch of the whole muscle including stretch of the muscle spindle B. contraction of the end portions of the muscle spindle C. gamma motor neuron stimulation of the muscle spindle D. all of these E. none of these.

    A wide range of drugs produced a uniformly depressant action on the postganglionic responses to preganglionic nerve stimulation or to injections of acetylcholine or potassium chloride, irrespective of whether their central actions were depressant (hypnotic, sedative, anticonvulsant) or excitatory (alerting, convulsant, proepileptic), even among Author: David A. Brown. @article{osti_, title = {General effect of endotoxin on glucocorticoid receptors in mammalian tissues}, author = {Stith, R.D. and McCallum, R.E.}, abstractNote = {Considering the ubiquitous nature of glucocorticoid actions and the fact that endotoxin inhibits glucocorticoid action in the liver, we proposed to examine whether endotoxin affected extrahepatic actions of glucocorticoids.


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() Proprioceptors in Muscle, Joint and Skin. In: Control of Human Voluntary Cited by: 1. S o far in our discussion of receptors we have dealt only with exteroceptors. Now we will deal briefly with three kinds of enteroceptors, all found in muscle.

These are sometimes termed proprioceptors, because they sense what goes on in the body itself (1).Primary and secondary muscle spindle receptors and Golgi tendon organs all send information about the state of the muscle to the central. Fusimotor neurons are classified as static or dynamic according to the type of muscle fibers they innervate and their effects on the responses of the Ia and II sensory neurons innervating the central, non-contractile part of the muscle spindle.

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Cited by: 8. Author(s): Matthews,Peter B C Title(s): Mammalian muscle receptors and their central actions. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, Their central role in excitotoxicity and prevalence in the central nervous system has been linked or speculated to be linked to many neurodegenerative diseases, and several other conditions have been further linked to glutamate receptor gene mutations or receptor autoantigen/antibody activity.

The diversity of neurotransmitters is extensive, but as noted in the previous section, their receptors can be grouped into two broad classes: ligand-gated ion channels and G protein – coupled receptors (see Tables and ). In this section, we describe several important receptors in each class.

By far the most-studied receptor is the muscle nicotinic acetylcholine receptor, the first. Start studying Muscle Receptors and Spinal Reflexes.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. -- Information from joint receptors is combined with info from muscle spindle, Golgi tendon organs, skin receptors local and sensory inputs long their dendrites. Spinal pattern generator circuits.

may be. Muscle Sensory Receptors. and on the actions exerted by the sympathetic system at muscle level. Besides its well-known action on muscle blood flow, the SNS is able to affect the contractility. mammalian central neurons Bruce P.

Bean Abstract | The action potential of the squid giant axon is formed by just two voltage-dependent conductances in the cell membrane, yet mammalian central neurons typically express more than a dozen different types of voltage-dependent ion channels.

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When the muscle is stretched, the central part of the intrafusal fiber is stretched and each sensory ending fires impulses. Mammalian tendon organ showing typical. Pharmacology of Muscle Relaxants and Their Antagonists Chapter 13 – Pharmacology of Muscle Relaxants and Their Antagonists Mohamed Naguib, Cynthia A.

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discovered that there were prodigious amounts of GABA in the mammalian central nervous system — 1 mg per receptors GABA 2 (Del Castillo et al., ). It is now known that these actions of GABA. are mediated by the GABA A receptor, a GABA-gated chloride channel (Schofield et al., ).

In vertebrate.A chemoreceptor, also known as chemosensor, is a specialized sensory receptor cell which transduces (converts) a chemical substance (endogenous or induced) and generates a biological signal. This signal may be in the form of an action potential if the chemoreceptor is a neuron (nerve cell), or in the form of a neurotransmitter that can activate a nearby nerve fiber if the chemosensor is a.The receptors and cells for mammalian taste Jayaram Chandrashekar 1, Mark A.

Hoon 2, Nicholas J. P. Ryba 2 & Charles S. Zuker 1 The emerging picture of taste coding at the periphery is one of elegant simplicity. Contrary to what was generally believed, it is now clear that distinct cell types expressing unique receptors are tuned to detect each.