May 1, 1977

Influence of the limbic cortex on lymph flow in dogs during ontogenesis

Zhurnal evoliutsionnoĭ biokhimii i fiziologii
L E Bulekbaeva, S A Mierbekova

Abstract

In acute experiments on puppies from the age of 1 day to 6 months, the influence of the anterior limbic area of the cortex on the lymph-flow in the thoracic duct was studied. Electrical stimulation of the anterior limbic area of the cortex in 1-7 days old puppies did not change neither the lymph-flow, nor the arterial pressure. Beginning with the age of 8-9 days, a decrease of the lymph-flow and a rise in the arterial pressure following electrical stimulation were noted. In 3 months old puppies, a functional discrimination of the influence of different limbic cortex areas on the lymph-flow was observed which is characteristic for adult dogs.

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Limbic System
Diastolic Blood Pressure
Functional Cerebral Localization
Thoracic Duct
Canis familiaris
Electric Stimulation Technique

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