I. R. Madatova

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1. Destruction of RN does not prevent the performance of established motor-food reflexes to a natural conditioned stimulus in cats. It leads only to a temporary disturbance of the accuracy and skill of acquired movements. 2. In animals trained to approach the left-hand feeding bowl and press the pedal in response to one signal and to approach the right-hand(More)
Effects of the Substantia nigra injury on conditioned activities were studied on rats and cats by defensive and feeding methods, respectively. Bilateral injury of the Substantia nigra led to temporary disappearance of conditioned defensive and feeding motor reflexes, to prolongation of latency and duration of motor reaction. In cats the injury of the(More)
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