Conditioned Control of Cardiac Activity and Respiration and Morphological Changes in the Brain of Pigeons under the Action of a Constant Magnetic Field (Uslovnoreflektornaya Regulyatsiya Serdechnoi Deyatelnosti Dykhaniya i Morfologicheskie Izmeneniya v Golovnom Mozge Golubei pri Deistvii Postoyannogo Magnitnogo Polya),
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Published data indicate that a constant magnetic field CMF affects the cardiac-circulatory system of both humans and animals. Exposure to a magnetic field induces changes in the functional states of the higher parts of the central nervous system CNS. In an organisms complex system of adaptive reactions, an essential role is played by the conditioned reflexes in regulating the vegetative functions. This fact has led to the investigation of the effect of a CMF on the conditioned reflexes in regulating cardiac activity and respiration.
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