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The transmission of impulses in the ectodermal slow conduction system of the sea anemone Calliactis parasitica (Couch)

The Journal of Experimental Biology

Apr 1, 1975

G A Shelton

PMID: 1457

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1. The SS 1 fatigues in response to repetitive electrical stimulation. This fatigue is manifested by an increased conduction delay and a decreased SS 1 pulse amplitude. 2. Continued repetitive stimulation leads to the failure of the system. Recovery may take many seconds. Narrow strips ...read more

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Cardiac Conduction
Computers, Digital
Cnidaria
Calliactis parasitica
Ectodermal
Conduction Delay
Electrophysiology (Science)
Electric Stimulation Technique
Fatigue
Conduct Disorder
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4
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  • The transmission of impulses in the ectodermal slow conduction system of the sea anemone Calliactis parasitica (Couch)

    The Journal of Experimental Biology

    Apr 1, 1975

    G A Shelton

    PMID: 1457

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    Abstract

    1. The SS 1 fatigues in response to repetitive electrical stimulation. This fatigue is manifested by an increased conduction delay and a decreased SS 1 pulse amplitude. 2. Continued repetitive stimulation leads to the failure of the system. Recovery may take many seconds. Narrow strips ...read more

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    Cardiac Conduction
    Computers, Digital
    Cnidaria
    Calliactis parasitica
    Ectodermal
    1
    4

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