The Mammalian Cochlear Nuclei - Merchán Miguel A. (Curatore); Juiz Jose M. (Curatore); Godfrey Donald A. (Curatore); Mugnaini Enrico (Curatore) | Libro Springer 03/2012 - HOEPLI.it


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merchán miguel a. (curatore); juiz jose m. (curatore); godfrey donald a. (curatore); mugnaini enrico (curatore) - the mammalian cochlear nuclei

The Mammalian Cochlear Nuclei Organization and Function

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
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Springer

Pubblicazione: 03/2012
Edizione: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1993





Trama

The presence of sophisticated auditory processing in mammals has permitted perhaps the most significant evolutionary development in humans: that of language. An understanding of the neural basis of hearing is thus a starting point for elucidating the mechanisms that are essential to human communication. The cochlear nucleus is the first region of the brain to receive input from the inner ear and is therefore the earliest stage in the central nervous system at which auditory signals are processed for distribution to higher centers. Clarifying its role in the central auditory pathway is crucial to our knowledge of how the brain deals with complex stimuli such as speech, and is also essential for understanding the central effects of peripheral sensorineural hearing loss caused by, for example, aging, ototoxic drugs, and noise. Ambitious new developments to assist people with total sensorineural deafness, including both cochlear and cochleus nuclear implants, require a detailed knowledge of the neural signals received by the brainstem and how these are processed. Recently, many new data have been obtained on the structure and function of the cochlear nucleus utilizing combinations of anatomical, physiological, pharmacological and molecular biological procedures. Approaches such as intracellular dye-filling of physiologically identified neurons, localization of classical neurotransmitters, peptides, receptors and special proteins, or gene expression have opened the door to novel morphofunctional correlations.




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Developmental Issues: Postnatal Development of Auditory Nerve Projections to the Cochlear Nucleus in Monodelphis Domestica; F.H. Willard. Primary Inputs: Anatomical and Physiological Studies of Type I and Type II Spiral Ganglion Neurons; M.C. Brown. Intrinsic Connections: The Synaptic Organization of the Ventral Cochlear Nucleus of the Cat; N.B. Cant. Descending Projections: Non-Cochlear Projections to the Ventral Cochlear Nucleus; R.L. Saint Marie, et al. Neurotransmitters of the Cochlear Nucleus: Localizing Putative Excitatory Endings in the Cochlear Nucleus by Quantative Immunocytochemistry; J.M. Juiz, et al. Projections and Response Properties of Cochlear Nucleus Neurons: The Cochlear Root Neurons in the Rat, Mouse, and Gerbil; D.E. López, et al. Computer Modelling of the Cochlear Nucleus: Regularity of Discharge Constrains Models of Ventral Cochlear Nucleus Bushy Cells; E.D. Young, et al. 33 addition articles. Index.







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ISBN:

9781461362739

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Nato Science Series A:
Dimensioni: 254 x 178 mm Ø 1045 gr
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 532






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