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TitleThe Septal Nuclei [electronic resource] / edited by Jon F. DeFrance
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1976
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-3084-4
Descript XI, 539 p. 566 illus. online resource

CONTENT

Septum Development in Primates -- Autoradiographic Studies of the Development and Connections of the Septal Area -- Acetylcholinesterase Histochemistry of the Septal Region in the Rat -- Organization of the Hippocampal-Septal Axis -- The Septo-Hippocampal System: Significance of the Subiculum -- Arterial and Venous Vessel Patterns in Rat Septal Structures -- Septal-Hypothalamic Relationships -- A Functional Analysis of the Septal Nuclei -- Unit Activity in the Septal Nuclei During Water Deprivation, Drinking, and Rehydration -- Functional Aspects of the Hippocampal-Septal Axis -- Septal Unit Responses to Hippocampal and Hypothalamic Stimulation in the Chloralose-Anesthetized or Cerveau Isolรฉ Cat -- Cholinergic Enzyme Activity in the Septum and Related Brain Areas in Deceased Mentally Normal, Chronic Schizophrenic and Organic Brain Syndrome Patients -- A Neuroendocrinological Approach to the Investigation of Septum -- The Effects of Ablation of the Septal Nuclei in the Rat on Circadian Variation and Stress Response Pattern of Corticosterone, Growth Hormone and Prolactin -- Plasma Corticosterone Levels During Active Avoidance Learning in Rats with Septal Lesions -- Behavioral Functions of the Septum: A Re-Analysis -- Behavioral Correlates and Firing Repertoires of Neurons in Septal Nuclei in Unrestrained Rats -- Topographic Patterns of Hippocampal Theta Rhythm in Freely Moving Rat and Rabbit -- Immediate and Long-Term Effects of Septal and Frontal Ablations on the Species-Typical Behavior of the Rat -- Behavioral, Anatomical, and Biochemical Aspects of Septal Hyperreactivity -- Program -- Participants


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