Phil Salisbury

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PHYSIOLOGIC mechanisms which influence cardiac function through alterations of the physical state of heart muscle have not been demonstrated, despite much experimental effort. This type of cardiac regulation can be identified only by sudden changes of myocardia! stiffness or distensibility. Experimental evidence for alterations of myocardial elasticity(More)
In recent years,Brassica species have acquired an important position in the oilseed industry. Even thoughBrassica transformation protocols are well established,there is still a need for the development of new transformation protocols for elite AustralianB. juncea lines,because regeneration inB. juncea is highly genotype-dependent and in addition, their(More)
CROSS, CECIL E., P. ANDRE RIEBEN, AND PETER F. SALISBURY. Influence of coronary perfusion and myocardial edema on pressurevolume diugram of left ventricle. Am. J . Physiol. 201(1): I 02-108. 1961. -Pressure-volume diagrams of paced isolated hearts were derived from isovolumic contractions and auxotonic contractions (simultaneous changes of pressure and(More)
AS GENERALLY agreed, the magnitude . of coronary flow is determined by the pressure head at the coronary ostia, the vasomotor tonus of the coronary vessels, and the compression exerted upon the intramural vessels by the beating heart muscle (not considering here: blood viscosity, coronary venous pressure, and certain other factors). Coronary flow is usually(More)