The principle of concentration of excitation . 

Excitation and inhibition meters of gut or radiate, or concentrate. Concentration is me in the opposite way to irradiation. It occurs at the moment when the irradiation reaches a certain limit, after which the spread of excitation or inhibition goes in

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Excitation and inhibition meters of gut or radiate, or concentrate. Concentration is me in the opposite way to irradiation. It occurs at the moment when the irradiation reaches a certain limit, after which the spread of excitation or inhibition goes in

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Organization of braking processes in the central nervous system

All ner activity in Neu system is based on two main processes: on the process initiated e Nia and braking. There are several different types of braking. 1 . Reciprocal inhibition (from Lat. Reciprocus – common) was about so openly English physiologist Charles Sherrington and the Russian Fiziol about by

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All ner activity in Neu system is based on two main processes: on the process initiated e Nia and braking. There are several different types of braking. 1 . Reciprocal inhibition (from Lat. Reciprocus – common) was about so openly English physiologist Charles Sherrington and the Russian Fiziol about by

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Properties of the nerve centers. 

Nerve centers have some common properties, which is largely determined by the structure and function sinaptich e Sgiach formations. 1. Unilateral excitation. In the central nervous system – in its nerve tse n bang inside reflex arc and neuronal excitation

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Nerve centers have some common properties, which is largely determined by the structure and function sinaptich e Sgiach formations. 1. Unilateral excitation. In the central nervous system – in its nerve tse n bang inside reflex arc and neuronal excitation

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Tonus of the autonomic nervous system. 

Under natural conditions, the sympathetic and parasympathetic autonomic nervous centers B with threads are in a state of excitation, known as “tone.” The phenomenon of the constant tone of the autonomic nervous system is manifested primarily in the

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Under natural conditions, the sympathetic and parasympathetic autonomic nervous centers B with threads are in a state of excitation, known as “tone.” The phenomenon of the constant tone of the autonomic nervous system is manifested primarily in the

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Hypothalamus as the highest center of regulation of vegetative functions

As noted above, the hypothalamus contains neurons responsible for regulating the activity of the sympathetic and parasympathetic centers of the brain stem and spinal cord, as well as for the secretion processes of the pituitary,

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As noted above, the hypothalamus contains neurons responsible for regulating the activity of the sympathetic and parasympathetic centers of the brain stem and spinal cord, as well as for the secretion processes of the pituitary,

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Higher autonomic centers of the brain

The central regulation of the functions of the autonomic nervous system is carried out with the participation of various parts of the brain. The brain stem contains vital centers such as the respiratory, vasomotor, cardiac centers and   t.   d. The nucleus

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The central regulation of the functions of the autonomic nervous system is carried out with the participation of various parts of the brain. The brain stem contains vital centers such as the respiratory, vasomotor, cardiac centers and   t.   d. The nucleus

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Physiological and anatomical features of the autonomic nervous system. 

Physiological and anatomical features of the autonomic nervous system. The autonomic nervous system (autonomous) – part of the nervous system, which innervates vessels and internal organs, wasps have schestvlyaya coordinate their work and the regulating metabolic and trophic processes (thereby

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Physiological and anatomical features of the autonomic nervous system. The autonomic nervous system (autonomous) – part of the nervous system, which innervates vessels and internal organs, wasps have schestvlyaya coordinate their work and the regulating metabolic and trophic processes (thereby

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The role of the cortex in the regulation of motor functions

Motor zone to about ry in primates and humans predtsentralnoy located in the area, ie.   e.   in front of the central gyrus and the posterior portions of the upper and middle lo b GOVERNMENTAL convolutions. Besides these, an additional motor area is

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Motor zone to about ry in primates and humans predtsentralnoy located in the area, ie.   e.   in front of the central gyrus and the posterior portions of the upper and middle lo b GOVERNMENTAL convolutions. Besides these, an additional motor area is

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Participation of the thalamus in the regulation of motor functions

The thalamus, as a collector of almost all sensory information, processes this information before it enters the corresponding areas of the cortex. Therefore, the accuracy of this largely determines the possibility of processing and to use sensory

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The thalamus, as a collector of almost all sensory information, processes this information before it enters the corresponding areas of the cortex. Therefore, the accuracy of this largely determines the possibility of processing and to use sensory

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The role of the basal ganglia in the regulation of motor activity

It is believed that afferent input basal nuclei is mild and tum, t.   e.   tailed body and shell. There are three main incoming afferent stream. The first carries sensory information from the thalamus. The second stream of afferentation comes from the midbrain

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It is believed that afferent input basal nuclei is mild and tum, t.   e.   tailed body and shell. There are three main incoming afferent stream. The first carries sensory information from the thalamus. The second stream of afferentation comes from the midbrain

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