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Frequently overlooked is arguably the most important sensor of the organism’s internal environment, the carotid body (CB). In… Expand SummaryExperiments were conducted on decerebrated cats with the aid of oscillographic methods. Disappearance of impulsation in… Expand The effect of copper, manganese, and cobalt on the chemical sensitivity of interoceptors was studied in acute experiments on 82… Expand According to the schema introduced by Sherrington (1906), receptor systems belonging to the cutaneous senses may be included in… Expand The survey of the existing morphological and physiological classifications of the bushy interoceptors is presented. Dependence of… Expand It has been shown that between living and surviving receptors of a central and local origin there is similarity in a number of… Expand Acute experiments were conducted on 82 cats; a study was made of the influence of copper, manganese and cobalt on the chemical… Expand It has been shown that between living and surviving receptors of a central and local origin there is similarity in a number of… Expand Human infants learning to stand use visual proprioceptive information about body sway in order to maintain stable posture… Expand That behavior occurs differentially with respect to events occurring in the internal environment of organisms is well known… Expand