Responses of atrial and aortic baroreceptors to nonhypotensive hemorrhage and to tranfusion.
Vestibular behavior of fish during diminished G-force and weightlessness.
Unilateral centrifugation of the otoliths as a new method to determine bilateral asymmetries of the otolith apparatus in man.
A model for vestibular function in altered gravitational states.
Evidence of sensory conflict and recovery in carp exposed to prolonged weightlessness.
- S. Mori, G. Mitarai, R. V. von Baumgarten
- Environmental ScienceAviation Space and Environmental Medicine
- 1 March 1996
Findings provided additional evidence in fish for sensory-motor disorder and readjustment during the early phase of microgravity, thus supporting the sensory conflict hypothesis for SMS.
Nausogenic properties of various dynamic and static force environments.
Sugar receptor specificity in the fleshfly, Sarcophaga bullata.
[The problem of localization of the bulboreticular neuron of a cat].
- R. V. von Baumgarten, A. VON BAUMGARTEN, K. Schaefer
- Biology, MedicinePflugers Archiv fur die gesamte Physiologie des…
Man erreicht dieses Pradilektionsgebiet inspiratorischer Neurone bei der Katze durch senkrechten Einstich in die Region des Sulcus intermedius dorsalis 1–3 mm rostral des Obex and in 1,3 bis 2 mm Tiefe.
Microelectrode studies on the visual cortex.
Pacemaker properties of completely isolated neurones in Aplysia californica.
Evidence is presented that nerve cell somata which are completely dissociated from all surrounding tissue and with or without axons, are able to maintain regular autorhythmic activity for periods of more than 24 h.