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Distribution and function of adrenergic nerves in the rabbit fallopian tube.

Jan Brundin

Distribution and function of adrenergic nerves in the rabbit fallopian tube.

by Jan Brundin

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Published in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fallopian tubes.,
  • Nerves.,
  • Rabbits.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 52-57.

    SeriesActa physiologica Scandinavica, v. 66. Supplementum, 259
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP261 .B78
    The Physical Object
    Pagination57 p.
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL223708M
    LC Control Numbera 68000204
    OCLC/WorldCa5090112

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    Adrenaline on nerve terminals such a manner that the delay (interval between stimulus and onset of e.p.s.p.) was veryshort. Theshorter the delay, the closerthe site of stimulation should beto the releasing sites. The delay in the experiment of Fig. 1 was less than 2 ms which. Bernstein-Goral, H & Bohn, MC , The ontogeny of adrenergic fibers in rat spinal cord. in Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. vol. , pp.


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Distribution and function of adrenergic nerves in the rabbit fallopian tube by Jan Brundin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Distribution and function of adrenergic nerves in the rabbit fallopian tube. [Jan Brundin]. The distribution of adrenergic nerve terminals in the fallopian tube of the monkey was shown to be generally similar to that of other mammals.

Vascular innervation was demonstrated to be present throughout the organ. In contrast, muscular innervation varied directly with the amount of muscle present, being sparse in the ampulla, and more abundant in the isthmus and at the region of junction Cited by: 4.

The construction of the peripheral adrenergic innervation apparatus and the distribution of certain monoamine-containing cells in the entire female genital tract of the rabbit was studied with a histochemical fluorescence method.

Using the thiocholine method the presence of cholinesterase-containing structures was also investigated. The adrenergic nerves formed characteristic plexus Cited by: J. Brundin, Distribution and function of adrenergic nerves in the rabbit fallopian tube Acta Physiol Scand () H. Nakanishi, H.

Wansbrough, C. Wood, Postganglionic sympathetic nerve innervating human fallopian tube Amer J Physiol () Cited by: Brundin J. () Distribution and function of adrenergic nerves in rabbit Fallopian tube.

Acta physiol. scand. 66, Suppl.Burnstock G. () Morphological changes produced by drugs acting on the autonomic nervous by: 3. Adrenergic nerve fibre, nerve fibre that releases the neurotransmitter norepinephrine (also known as noradrenaline) at the synapse, or junction, between a nerve and its end organ, which may be a muscle, gland, or another rgic nerve fibres make up the sympathetic nervous system, one of two peripheral nervous systems controlling involuntary activities, such as digestion, respiration.

Quantitative study of alpha-adrenergic receptors in circular and longitudinal muscle of isthmus of rabbit fallopian tube and in rabbit aorta. Rajkumar K, Sharma PL. The affinity of phenylephrine (pD2 value) and KB value for phentolamine for the alpha-adrenergic receptors of circular and longitudinal muscle of isthmus of rabbit fallopian tube.

Adrenergic innervation and contractile activity of the mesotubarium superius of the rabbit oviduct. Doteuchi M, Takeda H. Various patterns of spontaneous contractile activity were observed in the mesotubarium in vitro, but generally the frequency was lower and the amplitude was higher in the contractions than in those of the spontaneously.

An adrenergic nerve fibre is a neuron for which the neurotransmitter is either adrenaline (epinephrine), noradrenaline or dopamine. These neurotransmitters are released at a location known as the synapse, which is a junction point between the axon of one nerve cell and the dendrite of another.

The neurotransmitters are first released from the axon and then bind to the receptor site on the. Abstract. Studies of the response of isolated rabbit urinary bladder strips to adrenergic agents indicate the presence of both alpha and beta-adrenergic receptors in bladder smooth [3 H]dihydroergocryptine and [3 H]dihydroalprenolo1, we characterized the alpha and beta-adrenergic receptors in the base and body of the rabbit urinary bladder.

The density of alpha receptors (in. Learn adrenergic blocking drugs nervous with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of adrenergic blocking drugs nervous flashcards on Quizlet. Adrenergic system or Adrenergic nervous system (ANS) is a group of organs and nerves in which adrenaline (epinephrine) and/or noradrenaline (norepinephrine) act as is counted as one of the main neurohormonal systems that regulate cardiovascular function, including smooth muscle tone.

Components. The peripheral adrenergic nervous system consists of three main. Effect of Prostaglandins on Oviduct Motility in Estrous Rabbits1 isthmus of the rabbit Fallopian tube. Acta. BRUNDIN, J. Distribution and function. of adrenergic nerves in the. Define adrenergic nerves. adrenergic nerves synonyms, adrenergic nerves pronunciation, adrenergic nerves translation, English dictionary definition of adrenergic nerves.

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Cyclical Changes of Oviduct Motility in Rabbits1. Distribution and function of. adrenergic nerves in the rabbit Fallopian tube. adrenergic (ad-rĕ-ner'jik), 1. Relating to nerve cells or fibers of the autonomic nervous system that use norepinephrine as their neurotransmitter.

Compare: cholinergic. Relating to drugs that mimic the actions of the sympathetic nervous system. [adren- + G. ergon, work] adrenergic (ăd′rə-nûr′jĭk) adj. Activated by or capable of. Previously, studies have demonstrated that eccrine sweat glands are innervated by both cholinergic and adrenergic nerves, with cholinergic nerves playing the primary roles.[1],[9] However, it is unknown whether the secretory coils and ducts of eccrine sweat glands.

A number of sympathetic abnormalities, most notably an increased adrenergic nervous system activity, have been identified as potential causes of high blood pressure.

Studies have demonstrated an increase in both cardiac beta-adrenergic and vascular alpha-adrenergic drive in both borderline and mild hypertension. The bladder. (redirected from adrenergic nervous system) Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical. Related to adrenergic nervous system: adrenergic nerves, adrenergic neuron.

Adrenergic System A now simplistic term for the system of organs and nerves in which adrenaline (epinephrine) and noradrenaline (norepinephrine) are the neurotransmitters. precursor to norepinephrine that can stimulate all adrenergic receptors (alpha-1, alpha-2, beta-1, beta-2) and dopamine receptors How do drugs affect the nervous system?

drugs create their effect on the nervous system by either stimulating a neuroreceptor OR by blocking it to prevent the intrinsic NT from attaching and creating an effect.Define adrenergic nervous system.

adrenergic nervous system synonyms, adrenergic nervous system pronunciation, adrenergic nervous system translation, English dictionary definition of adrenergic nervous system. adj. 1. adrenergic nerves; adrenergic nerves; adrenergic nervous system; adrenergic neuron; adrenergic neuron; adrenergic neuron.For a "worrying" but short period after the birth of Louise Brown in as the conse­ quence of successful in-vitro fertilisation and embryo transfer, the fallopian tube was considered to be "dispensable" given that the metabolic milieu in which human fertilisation takes place could be effortlessly reproduced in a Petri dish, in in-vitro.