The electrical activity of an isolated stretch-receptor neuron of a crayfish was studied under the action of corazol and penicillin by microelectrode techniques. Burst discharges induced by these agents are found to have in their basis the depolarizing shifts of pacemaker origin.
The rhythmic impulse activity of the nerve cells is one of the characteristic phenomena often registered in the experiments on different objects. According to the nature of its origination it should be distinguished the evoked rhythmic activity from autonomic. The variants of interaction of pacemaker and membrane oscillators leading to the variety of… (More)