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Metabolism of the nerve tissue in relation to ion movements in vitro and in situ
Michal Rus c a k
by Slovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Normal and Pathological Physiology, distributed by University Park Press in Bratislava, Baltimore, Md
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Michal Rus c a k and Dagmar Rus c a kova ; translated by K. Os ancova .|
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Ruscak, Michal. Published by University Park Press () ISBN ISBN Used The Apparent Relation of Nerve to Connective-tissue Corpuscles in The Frog-Tadpole's Tail. A rare original article from the Transactions of the Royal. ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about the Nerve Tissue: 1.
Structure of a Typical Nerve 2. Chemical Composition of the Nerve Tissue 3. Metabolism 4. Nerve Impulse 5. Transmission of Nerve Impulse from One Neurone of Other 6. Nature of the Chemical Transmitters 7. Cholinergic and Adrenergic 8.
Transmission of an Impulse from [ ]. Author(s): Rus̆c̆ák,Michal; Rus̆c̆áková,Dagmar Title(s): Metabolism of the nerve tissue in relation to ion movements in vitro and in situ [by] Michal Rus̆c̆ák and Dagmar Rus̆c̆áková. outer vertebral column layer; dense connective tissue bound tightly to the periosteum of the surrounding bone arachnoid middle layer of vertebral column; (1)layer of loose connective tissue in contact with dura mater, (2) many connective tissue strands (trabeculae) attaching to.
metabolism of the nerve tissue in relation to ion movements in vitro and in situ (1 august, ) G. Brindley INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCE (1 August, ) Free. Neuropathol Appl Neurobiol. May-Jun;8(3) Nerve cell protein metabolism and degenerative disease.
Mann DM. The mechanisms and organelles through which control of protein synthesis within healthy nerve cells is governed are discussed, and the ways in which expression of these biochemical pathways can be related to cell morphology are described.
Cited by: Adv. Physiol. Sei. Vol. Molecular and Cellular Aspects of Muscle L. Kovécs Function (eds) E. Varga, A. Kovér, T. Kovécs, THE ROLE OF ION MOVEMENTS IN THE CONTROL OF METABOLISM IN SKELETAL MUSCLE David Erlij Department of Physiology, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, New YorkUSA INTRODUCTION The m e t a b o l i c in a s t Author: David Erlij.
[Ca 2+]c. Free Ca 2+ concentration in the cytosol [Ca 2+]o. Free Ca 2+ concentration in the extramitochondrial phase of in vitro experiments [Ca 2+]m. Free Ca 2+ concentration of the mitochondrial matrix. Ca content. The total Ca of a tissue, both bound and free \(\Delta \bar \mu /H^ + \) The proton electrochemical gradient across the inner Cited by: Physiology of Excitable Membranes contains plenary lecture and most of the papers presented at five symposia of the Section ""General Cell Physiology"" at the 28th International Congress of Physiological Sciences.
Organized into 44 chapters, this book begins with a discussion on the ionic mechanisms of excitability of nerve cells. 1.) Carb metabolism- blood sugar regulation 2.) Lipid metabolism- carries out lypogenesis & beta-oxidation 3.) Protein/amino acid metabolism- deamination & transamination 4.) Vitamin and mineral metabolism- stores and synthesizes.
The Structure and Function of Nervous Tissue: Biochemistry and disease. histochemical Hosein incorporation of 32P increased incubation inhibition injection ions labeled lesions lipid Lipid Res membrane metabolism mitochondria multiple sclerosis myelin nerve cells nerve endings Volume 3 of The Structure and Function of Nervous Tissue.
Electrical stimulation of nerves to isolated rat and rabbit adipose tissue in vitro causes production of free fatty acids. Starvation increases the response. The response of white (epididymal) fat is prevented by sympathetic denervation.
Direct evidence is provided showing that adipose tissue has the capacity to be an effector organ responsive to the nervous system. The connective tissue type that has relatively few fibroblasts, and dense extracellular matrix with aligned proteins strands is 1) Bone 2) Cartilage 3) Dense regular connective tissue 4) Dense irregular connective tissue 5) Areolar tissue 6) BloodFile Size: 3MB.
For example, a person decides to open a book and read a chapter on anatomy. Other movements are involuntary, meaning they are not under conscious control, such as the contraction of your pupil in bright light.
Muscle tissue is classified into three types according to structure and function: skeletal, cardiac, and smooth (Table ). Tissue Engineering of the Peripheral Nerve: Stem Cells and Regeneration Promoting Factors (Volume ) (International Review of Neurobiology (Volume )): Medicine & Health Science Books @ 5/5(1).
Any pharmacology done on cultured tissue was largely toxicological or as part of a screening programme for poten tial anti-cancer drugs.
In the last decade there has been a great increase in the use of excitable cells in tissue culture. Nerves and muscles from a wide variety of sources can maintain their highly differentiated properties in. Figure 1. (a) Cardiac muscle cells have myofibrils composed of myofilaments arranged in sarcomeres, T tubules to transmit the impulse from the sarcolemma to the interior of the cell, numerous mitochondria for energy, and intercalated discs that are found at the junction of different cardiac muscle cells.
tissue than the skin, in the metabolic sense, it might be expected that the metabolism of nucleic acids in regenerating skin tissue should be on a different level from that in regenerating liver.
As yet, no basis for comparison exists, inasmuch as there appears to.There is an intimate relationship between ion transport and energy metabolism in the brain. All ion transport is driven directly or indirectly by ATP, and the support of ion homeostasis represents.It was observed that it is a metabolic intermediate in the mammalian carbohydrate metabolism with a daily endogenous production of g in adult human beings.