The rapid cooling contracture of toad cardiac muscles.

Abstract

The effect of rapid cooling on the mechanical activities of the cardiac muscles of the Japanese toad was examined. 1. The mechanical responses produced by rapid cooling (23 leads to 0 degrees C) in both auricular and ventricular muscle preparations were composed of an immediate effect (phasic contraction) and a delayed effect (tonic contraction). The… (More)

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