Great Britain PERIPHERAL RECEPTORS AFFECTING BREATHING AND CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION IN NON-MAMMALIAN VERTEBRATES

@inproceedings{Jones2005GreatBP,
  title={Great Britain PERIPHERAL RECEPTORS AFFECTING BREATHING AND CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION IN NON-MAMMALIAN VERTEBRATES},
  author={David R. Jones and William K Milsom},
  year={2005}
}
Most vertebrates show respiratory and circulatory reflexes which can be traced to stimulation of various exteroor interoceptors. Widely distributed groups of exteroceptors, with a variety of stimulus modalities, are associated with defence reflexes which protect the respiratory passages and gas exchange surfaces. Other exteroceptors are associated only with the gas exchange surfaces. These are either mechanoreceptors or chemoreceptors and have a range of different dynamic characteristics, but… CONTINUE READING
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