Advances in Physiological Sciences, Volume 36: Cellular Analogues of Conditioning and Neural Plasticity is a collection of paper that details the various aspects of neural plasticity from various methodological perspectives. The title covers the physiological-morphological and biochemical methods in studying neural plasticity. The coverage of the text includes topics such as neuroplasticity in the superior cervical ganglion as a consequence of long-lasting inhibition; evidence for remodeling of synaptic contacts in muscles of adult frog; and calcium and presynaptic factors in synaptic plasticity. The selection also covers the regulation of acetylcholine receptors; molecular mechanisms of sensitization and desensitization of A-receptors connected with adenylate cyclase; and cellular and behavioral studies of learning and memory in simpler systems. The book will be of great use to neurologists, neurosurgeons, and behavioral scientists.RABBITS. G. Vrensen Department 0/ Morphology, Nether/ands Ophthalmic Research Institute, P.O.Box 6411, 1005 EK ... suma marized above, it can be inferred that dark rearing and monocular depria vation do not impair the wiring diagramanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cellular Analogues of Conditioning and Neural Plasticity|
|Author||:||O. Fehér, F. Joó|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|