By E. H. Sonnenblick (auth.), F. V. McCann (eds.)
Read Online or Download Comparative Physiology of the Heart: Current Trends: Proceedings of a Symposium held at Hanover, New Hampshire (USA) on 2 to 3 September 1968 PDF
Similar comparative books
Zafar Iqbal and Mervyn okay. Lewis fill the distance in Western literature on governance matters from the viewpoint of Islamic economics. Islamic and Western viewpoints are in comparison, and a scientific research of key parts in governance from an Islamic point of view is supplied. the amount attracts on classical Islam and modern assets to supply a accomplished Islamic governance framework to distinction with the Western place.
This publication specializes in the thorny and hugely topical factor of balancing copyright within the electronic age. the assumption for it sprang from the usually heated debates between highbrow estate students at the chances and the boundaries of copyright. Copyright legislations has been broadening its scope for many years now, and for that reason it usually clashes with different rights (frequently, primary rights), elevating the query of which correct prevails.
This exam of the combined jurisdiction adventure uses an leading edge cross-comparative method to supply a wealth of element on all the 9 nations studied. It identifies the deep resemblances and salient features of this criminal kin, and the wide analytical evaluation highlights the relations hyperlinks whereas offering a close person therapy of every kingdom which finds their person personalities.
This selection of sixty nine papers investigates 'in vitro' metabolic activation arrangements for 2 particular pairs of chemical analogues, benzidine (BZD) with 4,4-diaminoterphenyl (DAT) and 4-dimethyl-aminoazobenzene (DAB) with 4-cyanodimethylaniline (CDA). The arrangements chosen have been uninduced rat liver (using rats of a similar pressure because the bioassay).
Extra resources for Comparative Physiology of the Heart: Current Trends: Proceedings of a Symposium held at Hanover, New Hampshire (USA) on 2 to 3 September 1968
M. l Introduction Earlier studies on the nervous system and heart of Achatinidae have led to questions on the relationship of structure to function in the latter organ 1-4 *. There is a large and rapidly growing literature on molluscan muscle, much of which relates to the anterior byssal retractor of Mytilus and to adductor muscles in Bivalvia 5-9 • A significant contribution in the context of the present work is that ofTWAROG 10 • Similarly, extensive pharmacological studies have been made on the hearts of many bivalves and of some gastropods 11 - 17, although these studies, as with those on the bioelectrical characteristics and the bioenergetics18-22, have frequently been confined to the ventricle.
FAWCETT, Circulation 24, 336 (1961). 19 K. R. PoRTER and C. FRANZINI-ARMSTRONG, Sci. Am. 212, 73 (1965). 20 H. E. HUXLEY, Nature 202, 1067 (1964). 21 S. PAGE, J. Physiol. 175, lOP (1964). 22 A. K. SowMoN, J. gen. Physiol. 43, 1 (1960). 23 T. ARAKI, M. ITO and 0. 0SCARSSON, J. Physiol. 159, 410 (1961). 24 C. FRANZINI-ARMSTRONG and K. R. PORTER, Nature 202, 355 (1964). 25 J. W. SANGER and F. V. McCANN, J. Insect Physiol. 14, 1839 (1968). 26 L. FwREY, Proc. R. Soc. [B]166, 375 (1966). 27 F. V. McCANN, J.
Intracellular electrical signals recorded from alary muscle fibers of the adult moth H. cecropia. A-G. The step-wise separation of fast and slow components of the cardiac-type action potential in an alary fiber. The graph (H) shows the relation between the change in membrane voltage (abscissa) and the voltage of the response ER (ordinate). 40 Ultrastructure and Function in an Insect Heart 45 this would aid in explaining the curious inactivation of the membrane that appears to prevail during attempts at intracellular and extracellular recordings.
Comparative Physiology of the Heart: Current Trends: Proceedings of a Symposium held at Hanover, New Hampshire (USA) on 2 to 3 September 1968 by E. H. Sonnenblick (auth.), F. V. McCann (eds.)