Long-term effects of the perinatal environment on respiratory control.

Abstract

The respiratory control system exhibits considerable plasticity, similar to other regions of the nervous system. Plasticity is a persistent change in system behavior triggered by experiences such as changes in neural activity, hypoxia, and/or disease/injury. Although plasticity is observed in animals of all ages, some forms of plasticity appear to be unique… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/japplphysiol.01086.2007

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