3 edition of Autonomic neuroeffector mechanisms found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Geoffrey Burnstock and Charles H.V. Hoyle.|
|Series||The Autonomic nervous system,, v. 1, Autonomic nervous system (Chur, Switzerland) ;, v. 1.|
|Contributions||Burnstock, Geoffrey., Hoyle, Charles H. V., 1955-|
|LC Classifications||QP368 .A934 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 546 p. :|
|Number of Pages||546|
|LC Control Number||91007045|
1. Nihon Heikatsukin Gakkai Zasshi. Oct;20(5) Autonomic neuroeffector mechanisms in smooth muscle. Burnstock G. While the classical view is that the autonomic nervous system consists largely of antagonistic cholinergic and adrenergic nerves, about sixteen putative neurotransmitters in the autonomic nervous system have been proposed in the past few years, including various. Autonomic Neuroeffector Cell 5-HT Receptors Table 6 summarizes 5-HT receptor -mediated actions on neuroeffector cells associated with the ANS. The only ANS neuronal source of 5-HT available to act on autonomic neuroeffector cells is limited to 5-HT-containing neurons in sympathetic nerves innervating some cerebral, basilar, vertebral, and.
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Autonomic postganglionic axons form neuroeffector junctions with cardiac muscle, smooth muscle (A), secretory glands (B), metabolic cells such as hepatocytes and fat cells, and cells of the immune system (C).These nerve endings use mainly norepinephrine for the SNS and acetylcholine for the PsNS. These endings do not form classic CNS or motor end-plate synapses; instead, they terminate as. Chapter 7 Mechanisms of neuroeffector transmission Transmitter substances in postganglionic neurons Principles of neuroeffector transmission in the autonomic nervous system Specific neuroeffector transmissions Integration of neural and non-neural signals influencing blood vessels
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Autonomic Neuroeffector Mechanisms (Europaische Hochschulschriften. Reihe XX, Philosophie,): Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: The mechanism of neuroeffector transmission varies considerably between target tissues. This is a consequence of there being many different types of cells innervated by postganglionic neurons (see Table ).
However, neuroeffector transmission has been studied in only a few : Wilfrid Jänig. Fine structure of post-ganglionic nerve fibres and autonomic neuroeffector junctions / G. Gabella --Co-transmission and neuromodulation / J.L.
Morris and I.L. Gibbins --Electrophysiology of neuroeffector transmission in smooth muscle / J.A. Brock and T.C. Cunnane --Signal transduction mechanisms / C.D.
Benham --Transmission: acetylcholine / N.J. 1st Edition Published on Febru by CRC Press. IAN GIBBINS, in The Human Nervous System (Second Edition), Autonomic Neuroeffector Junction.
One characteristic feature of autonomic motor pathways is that the final motor neurons do not form neuroeffector junctions that are as well defined morphologically as the motor endplates found in the somatic motor pathways.
The traditional view of the organization of the autonomic neuroeffector. Book Description. Aging of the Autonomic Nervous System is the first book devoted to the aging of the autonomic nervous system. The book presents the most recent findings on topics such as general aspects of the autonomic nervous system, main neurotransmitter systems, age-dependent changes of neuroeffector mechanisms in target organs, and therapeutic perspectives.
A neuroeffector junction is a site where a motor neuron releases a neurotransmitter to affect a target—non-neuronal—cell. This junction functions like a synapse. However, unlike most neurons, somatic efferent motor neurons innervate skeletal muscle, and are always excitatory.
Central neuroeffector mechanisms and baroreflex. The autonomic nervous system is essential for regulating heart rate and arterial pressure via the arterial baroreflex.
The activity of the autonomic nerves is controlled centrally via nuclei which relay excitatory or inhibitory information to the pre-ganglionic autonomic fibers in the sympathetic.
In book: Comprehensive Physiology, pp Pharmacological Approaches to Modifying Processes Involved in Transmission at Autonomic Neuroeffector Junctions but the mechanism.
Featuring a focus on mechanisms, this popular reference comprehensively covers important concepts in physiology, both at the organ system and cellular levels. Easy to read and user-friendly, the revised third edition stresses essential and relevant content with absolute clarity and includes concise step-by-step explanations complemented by numerous tables and abundant illustrations/5(2).
Age-Dependent Changes of Neuroeffector Mechanisms in Target Organs of the Autonomic Nervous System: Changes in the Effect of the Autonomic Nervous System on the Aging Heart (J. Roberts, D.L. Snyder, M.D. Johnson, and J. Horwitz). Influence of Age on Neuroeffector Mechanisms of the Vasculature (S.P.
Duckles). The Respiratory System (C. Brink). Autonomic Neuromuscular Transmission NEW TRANSMITTERS AND THE CONCEPT OF COTRANSMITTERS The greatest surprise in the study of autonomic neuroeffector transmission, after the discovery that transmitters other than noradrenaline and acetylcholine exist (see Chapter 3), followed from the observation of Furchgott and Zawadzki  on the obligatory role of endothelial cells.
Cannabinoids elicit marked cardiovascular responses. It is not clear how peripheral effects on the autonomic nervous system contribute to these responses. The aim of the present study was to characterize the peripheral actions of cannabinoids on the autonomic innervation of the heart.
Experiments were carried out on pithed rabbits. In the first series of experiments, postganglionic. Autonomic neuroeffector transmission to immune epithelial and endothelial cells Many non-excitable effector cells are innervated, albeit transiently, by nerves. This is because, as described above, the autonomic neuroeffector junction is not a fixed structure with post-junctional specialisation as is seen at the skeletal neuromuscular junction.
Books Library; Cholinomimetics are also classified by their mechanism of action because some bind directly to (and activate) cholinoceptors whereas others act indirectly by inhibiting the hydrolysis of endogenous acetylcholine. The effects of acetylcholine itself and of other cholinomimetic drugs at autonomic neuroeffector junctions are.
Disorders of the Autonomic Nervous System, the fifth volume in The Autonomic Nervous System book series, is a description of the disorders which give rise to autonomic failure and orthostatic hypotension. Each chapter is prepared by an international authority in the diagnosis and treatment of that disorder.
The language and terminology are clear enough to promote understanding of the clinical. Abstract. In this article the term cholinergic neuroeffector junction is used to distinguish this site of transmission from the cholinergic synapses of skeletal muscle and autonomic ganglia.
The characteristics of the neuroeffector junction are the wide and variable cleft (up to micrometres), the lack of discrete postjunctional specializations and the even distribution of receptors over the.
Bennett MR. Autonomic neuromuscular transmission at a varicosity. Prog Neurobiol. Dec; 50 ()– Burnstock G. Autonomic neuroeffector mechanisms in smooth muscle. Nihon Heikatsukin Gakkai Zasshi. Oct; 20 (5)– Burnstock G. Nervous control of smooth muscle by transmitters, cotransmitters and modulators.
Experientia. At neuroeffector junctions, typical sympathetic postganglionic fibers release _____. In the autonomic nervous system (ANS), simple reflexes that provide relatively rapid automatic response to stimuli are based in the _____.
The cellular mechanisms that seem to be involved in memory formation and storage include which of the following. Aging of the Autonomic Nervous System is the first book devoted to the aging of the autonomic nervous system. The book presents the most recent findings on topics such as general aspects of the autonomic nervous system, main neurotransmitter systems, age-dependent changes of neuroeffector mechanisms in target organs, and therapeutic perspectives.
About this book Introduction However recent obser vations of the long-term plasticity of this system, i. e. its capacity for regeneration and for compensatory change in pattern of innervation and expression of cotransmitters and receptors in ageing, following surgery, trauma or in disease, have indicated that an understanding of the.COVID Resources.
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The peripheral sympathetic and parasympathetic pathways; 5. The enteric nervous system; Part III. Transmission of Signals in the Peripheral Autonomic Nervous System: 6. Impulse transmission through autonomic ganglia; 7.
Mechanisms of neuroeffector transmission; Part : $