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Published by Harwood Academic Publishers in Chur, Switzerland, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Autonomic nervous system -- Physiology.,
  • Autonomic nervous system -- Evolution.,
  • Physiology, Comparative.,
  • Autonomic Nervous System -- physiology.,
  • Physiology, Comparative.,
  • Evolution.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by Stefan Nilsson and Susanne Holmgreen.
    SeriesThe autonomic nervous system,, v. 4, Autonomic nervous system (Chur, Switzerland) ;, v. 4.
    ContributionsNilsson, Stefan, 1946-, Holmgren, Susanne, 1946-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP368 .C65 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 376 p. :
    Number of Pages376
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1415855M
    ISBN 103718651378
    LC Control Number93025356

    The evolution of the autonomic nervous system provides an organizing principle to interpret the adaptive significance of physiological responses in promoting social behavior. According to the polyvagal theory, the well-documented phylogenetic shift in neural regulation of . Each volume in "The Autonomic Nervous System" book series addresses a different area of autonomic control in health and disease. Major advances have been made since the early s that make it necessary to revise our thinking about the mechanisms of autonomic transmission, and have significant implications for our understanding of diseases involving the autonomic nervous system and their.

    A specialized taxonomy of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) has been developing since the time of Galen (ad ). In the early s, Langley first referred to the ANS.1 He used the term sympathetic nervous system (SNS) as described by Willis in , and introduced the second divi-File Size: KB. Cambridge Core - Neurosciences - Integrative Action of the Autonomic Nervous System - by Wilfrid JänigCited by:

    BIO - Neurobiology 2 3 What is the function of the autonomic nervous system? “Fight or Flight” Largely co-ordinates visceral and reflexive actions Mostly not under conscious control (there are exceptions) Senses the internal environment of the body and acts accordingly – Consists of both visceral sensory and motor neurons Also called “involuntary nervous system”. The autonomic nervous system regulates many of the internal organs through a balance of two aspects, or divisions. In ition to the endocrine system, the autonomic nervous system is instrumental in homeostatic mechanisms in the body. The two divisions of the autonomic nervous system are the sympathetic division and the parasympathetic division.


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Comparative Physiology and Evolution of the Autonomic Nervous System, the fourth volume in The Autonomic Nervous System book series, is an up-to-date account of the comparative physiology and functional anatomy of the autonomic nervous system, with an emphasis on non-mammalian : $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm.

Contents: Comparative anatomy and evolution of the automomic nervous system / Ian Gibbins --Comparative aspects on the biochemical identity of neurotransmitters of autonomic neurons / Susanne Holmgren and Jörgen Jenson --Chromaffin systems / Robert M. Santer --Gastrointestinal canal.

Gibbins IComparative anatomy and evolution of the autonomic nervous system Nilsson S.Holmgren S (Eds.), Comparative physiology and evolution of the autonomic nervous system, Harwood Academic Publishers (), pp.

Cited by: 6. Comparative Physiology and Evolution of the Autonomic Nervous System Book Summary: Comparative Physiology and Evolution of the Autonomic Nervous System, the fourth volume in The Autonomic Nervous System book series, is an up-to-date account of the comparative physiology and functional anatomy of the autonomic nervous system, with an emphasis on non-mammalian vertebrates.

Comparative Physiology and Evolution of the Autonomic Nervous System - CRC Press Book Comparative Physiology and Evolution of the Autonomic Nervous System 1st Edition.

Charlotte B. Nilsson. Hardback $ CRC Press Published December 1, Reference - Pages. Books Book Series Online Platforms Open Access Books.

Enlarge Download. SAVE $ 1st Edition Comparative Physiology and Evolution of the Autonomic Nervous System By Charlotte B. Nilsson. Hardback $ This product is currently out of stock. ISBN Comparative Physiology and Evolution of the Autonomic Nervous System. Books Book Series Online Platforms Open Access Books.

SAVE $ 1st Edition Comparative Physiology and Evolution of the Autonomic Nervous System By Charlotte B. Nilsson. Hardback $ This product is currently out of stock. ISBN Published December 1, by CRC Press. Introduction. An autonomic nervous system, as originally defined by Langley,Langley, is present in all vertebrates, although the anatomical arrangement in cyclostomes (lampetroids and myxinoids) is not well understood.

Starting from the elasmobranchs (sharks, rays and chimaeroids) and via teleosts (bony fish), amphibians and reptiles, it is at least possible to construct an Cited by: The anatomy of the autonomic nervous system of the frog was established during the last century and was first summarized in Ecker’s and Wiedersheim’s famous monography, revised by Gaupp ().

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Comparative physiology and evolution of the autonomic nervous system Format: Book Responsibility: edited by Stefan Nilsson and Susanne Holmgren Published: Chur, Switzerland: Harwood Academic Publishers, c Description: xvii, p. ; 26 cm Authors. Disorders of the Autonomic Nervous System, the fifth volume in The Autonomic Nervous System book series, is a description of the disorders which give rise to autonomic failure and orthostatic hypotension.

Each chapter is prepared by an international authority in the diagnosis and treatment of that disorder. The language and terminology are clear enough to promote understanding of the clinical.

The book continues to be an excellent companion to the Atlas of the Human Brain, and a common nomenclature throughout the book is enforced.

Physiological data, functional concepts, and correlates to the neuroanatomy of the major model systems (rat and. Autonomic Nervous System – Basic and Clinical Aspects is a comprehensive text intended for medical students and health professionals who are interested in a deeper approach to this important part of the nervous system.

It provides a detailed and complete understanding of the neuroscience behind the ANS, allowing a proper clinical /5(2). the most cranial region of the human central nervous system, which matures to form the cerebrum. The dorsal part of the telencephalon, or pallium, develops into the cerebral cortex, while the v entral.

The autonomic nervous system is tied into emotional responses as well, and the fight-or-flight response probably sounds like a panic attack. In the modern world, these sorts of reactions are associated with anxiety as much as with response to a threat. It is engrained in the nervous system to respond like this.

Start studying Physiology - Autonomic Nervous System. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. This video describes the ANS and its neurons and receptors.

The nervous system is a highly complex part of an animal that coordinates its actions and sensory information by transmitting signals to and from different parts of its body.

The nervous system detects environmental changes that impact the body, then works in tandem with the endocrine system to respond to such events. Nervous tissue first arose in wormlike organisms about to million. 6 Auditory System, 49 Etsuro E. Uemura. 7 Visual System, 57 Etsuro E.

Uemura. 8 Motor System, 68 Etsuro E. Uemura. 9 Vestibular System, 79 Etsuro E. Uemura. 10 Autonomic Nervous System, 89 Etsuro E. Uemura. Section II: Body Fluids and Homeostasis (Section Editor: William O.

Reece) 11 Body Water: Properties and Functions, William O. Reece. Comparative Vertebrate Neuroanatomy presents a broad survey of comparative vertebrate neuroanatomy at the introductory level, representing a unique contribution to the field of evolutionary has been extensively revised and updated, with substantially improved figures and diagrams that are used generously throughout the text.We now include a number of neuropeptides found in the autonomic nervous system of the gut, the cardiovascular system and other systems.

To many scientists comparative physiology means comparison of the mechanisms of certain functions in the rat, the guinea-pig, the cat and maybe some other mammal.1. Author(s): Nilsson,Stefan,; Holmgren,Susanne, Title(s): Comparative physiology and evolution of the autonomic nervous system/ edited by Stefan Nilsson and Susanne Holmgren.