Properties Live Axoplasm


O.S. Sotnikov
Lab. of Functional Morphology and Physiology of the Russia Academy of Sciences, Head of the Lab., Russia

Series: Cell Biology Research Progress
BISAC: SCI017000

This book is devoted to the study of physiological properties of a living axoplasm, which, as it turns out, is hardly studied as a single organ. This study revealed a number of new physiological properties. The mechanism of simultaneous currents bidirectional axoplasm, disappearance streams and reappearance of the apical dendrites of pyramidal neurons in the brain during stress were revealed, as well as the causes of the similarity of nerve terminals regardless of their very different physiological functions.

There exists proof of differences in presynaptic terminals of the postsynaptic. The reasons for the impossibility of treating transected axons using surgical sutures are discussed, and finally the cause of the absence of swelling properties in myelinated fibers with hypotension environment is solved. Some new approaches to the treatment of fibers and early manifestations of diastase nonspecific reactions are explored as well.
(Imprint: Nova)


Table of Contents

Table of Contents

pp. vii

pp. 1-2

Chapter 1
The Simultaneous Flow of Axoplasm in Opposite Directions
pp. 3-24

Chapter 2
The Invisible Fiber
pp. 25-44

Chapter 3
Why do All Nerve Terminals Have a Similar Structure
pp. 45-56

Chapter 4
Nerve Fiber Trauma and the Retraction of Axoplasm
pp. 57-76

Chapter 5
Why do Peripheral Myelinated Fibers Not Swell under Hypotension?
pp. 77-106

Discussion and Conclusion
pp. 107-108

pp. 109-122

About the Author
pp. 123

pp. 125-130


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