NEURAL MECHANISMS OF THE CHLORALOSE JERK WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE SPINO-BULBO-SPINAL REFLEX

Muneo SHIMAMURA, Toshio YAMAUCHI
1967 The Japanese Journal of Physiology  
It is known that animals anesthetized with chloralose exhibit a generalized jerky muscular contraction in response to various stimuli6). Since this contraction is abolished by acute spinal cord transection, it seems that supraspinal structures may be necessary for its development1,6). With electromyogra-
doi:10.2170/jjphysiol.17.738 fatcat:rx6qef46lbgztluiuhp2n5j5fi