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Measurements of the temperature dependence in the range from 10 C to 30 C on the passive and dynamic electrical properties of single frog muscle cell following Arrhenius relation have been made. The propagated responses (V-t) and conduction velocity theta were analyzed following the H-H propagated cable equation. The ionic current-membrane potential(More)
Frogs Rana pipiens maintained under constant laboratory environmental conditions were subjected daily to chronic microwave exposure with pulsed microwave (2.88 GHZ) at a power density of 10 mW/cm2, during 0.1 hour, for periods up to 100 days. The whole body Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) was of 1.5 mW/g per 1 mW/cm2. The passive and dynamic electrical(More)
The equation for membrane potential (V) of the squid giant axon or some muscle cells, which is the heart of the Hodgkin-Huxley model for the action potential, can be written in three ways: first, as a partial differential equation in time and space; second, as an ordinary differential equation in time, assuming uniform wave propagation for the action(More)
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