Some unusual high speed responses to electrical stimulation in Nitella with microscopic observations of electromagnetically induced changes in the cytoplasm.

  • Megan Bingley
  • Published 1994 in
    Physiological chemistry and physics and medical…

Abstract

Nitella flexilis living in Surrey ponds shows an unusual response to external electrical stimulation. This response is shorter (250 milliseconds) than the normal response (5 seconds), nor does it seem to obey the all-or-none law; decreasing the level of stimulus introduces a delay in its appearance. Microelectrode studies suggest that this response though… (More)

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@article{Bingley1994SomeUH, title={Some unusual high speed responses to electrical stimulation in Nitella with microscopic observations of electromagnetically induced changes in the cytoplasm.}, author={Megan Bingley}, journal={Physiological chemistry and physics and medical NMR}, year={1994}, volume={26 1}, pages={5-26} }