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Electric probes in stationary and flowing plasmas: theory and application
I Fundamental Considerations.- II Collisionless and Transitional Electric Probes.- 2.0 Introduction.- 2.1 Early Theories.- 2.2 Orbital Motion Limit.- 2.3 The Cold-Ion Approximation.- 2.4 ExactExpand
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Chemically Reacting Nonequilibrium Boundary Layers
Publisher Summary This chapter begins with the formulation of the governing equations and a brief discussion of the chemical kinetics. It follows with the various cases of nonequilibrium surfaceExpand
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A Simplified Statistical Model of Turbulent, Chemically Reacting Shear Flows
A turbulence theory has been formulated which describes, in a simplified, tractable manner, the effect of various wavenumber fluctuations on the statistical behavior of the fluid elements containingExpand
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A kinetic-theory approach to turbulent chemically reacting flows
The turbulent flow theory being developed by this author and his co-workers is first reviewed with the hope of elucidating the objectives, concepts, and the premises. Because the concept of a kineticExpand
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Buoyancy effects on a turbulent shear flow
The effects of buoyancy on the structure of a turbulent flow with uniform velocity, temperature, and concentration gradients in the vertical direction are studied theoretically on the basis of aExpand
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Mesencephalic central gray: Locus of morphine and electrical stimulation induced tail erection
Abstract Previous ablation studies suggested that morphine most likely acts on the mesencephalic central gray producing tail erection. A microinjection technique, therefore, was used in the presentExpand
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Effects of neuroleptics on morphine-induced tail erection in mice
Morphine elicits dose-dependent tail erection in mice. Pretreatment of mice with atropine, phenoxybenzamine, propranolol, diphenhydramine, cyproheptadine or parachlorophenylalanine did not interfereExpand
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Morphine-induced tail erection: Site of action
Acute ablation techniques were used to localize morphine-induced tail erection (MITE) within the central nervous system of mice. Morphine produced no elevation of tails in mice whose spinal cord hadExpand
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Response of temperature-sensitive medullary neurons to acetylcholine, norepinephrine, and 5-hydroxytryptamine
Single unit activity was recorded by means of five-barrel micropipettes from temperature-sensitive neurons in the reticular formation of the medulla oblongata in urethanized cats. AcetylcholineExpand
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Mechanism of antiemetic action of penfluridol in the dog.
Abstract In conscious mongrel dogs, the 50% protective dose (PD50) of intracerebroventricular (i.c.v., 4th ventricle) and oral (p.o.) penfluridol against emesis induced by apomorphine 0.01 mg/kg i.v.Expand
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