Neural adaptive mechanisms in respiratory regulation : theory and experiments

@inproceedings{Young2002NeuralAM,
  title={Neural adaptive mechanisms in respiratory regulation : theory and experiments},
  author={Daniel Laurence Young},
  year={2002}
}
The respiratory regulatory system is an example of a complex biological control system. The principle goal of the regulator is to preserve the chemical balance of 02, CO2 and pH in the body. Although much is known about the visceral aspects of the respiratory control system, such as lung anatomy, gas exchange, and the mechanics of breathing, considerably less is understood about the neural centers in the brainstem that give rise to known varied respiratory responses. A more complete… CONTINUE READING

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