D Cswaykus

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Forty-day-old rats were given varying doses (0.0, 7.5, or 15.0 mg/kg/5 ml) of atropine sulfate or atropine methylnitrate and then were tested for levels of behavioral arousal-inhibition. Behavioral measures included transport response intensity, vertical cling catalepsy duration, and dorsal immobility duration. Atropine sulfate produced large increments in(More)
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