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TRUNKAL MECHANISMS OF MOTOR ACTIVITY INHIBITION AND THEIR ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT OF CATALEPTIC STATES AT DEFENCE BEHAVIOUR OF ANIMALS

By Boris Yulyevich Mileikovsky

Abstract

The work covers the supraspinal systems of descending inhibition. The aim of the work is to study the role of the trunkal neurophysiological mechanisms for inhibition of the motor activity in development of the cataleptic states among animals. It has been determined that the functional activity acceleration of a number of the trunk formations which at interaction between themselves and motoneurons of the spinal cord perform the generalized movement inhibition form the basis of the cataleptic state among animals. The neurophysiological mechanisms which are the development basis of a number of the neurological diseases including narcolepsis, some syptoms of schizophrenia and Parkinson's disease have been shown. The remote control system of animal movements has been developed and testedAvailable from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 06A - Biochemistry, 06X - Zoology, BIOLOGY, MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
Year: 1992
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