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Y Sakakibara
In bullfrogs with glottis occluded and lungs artificially ventilated, the buccal cavity contractors (BCconts) were found to contract isometrically, meaning that peak buccal pressure (OBP) well represents the total inspiratory nerve activities (TIAs) of BCconts. Unilateral sectioning of the trigeminal (V), hypoglossal, facial, or vagal nerve reduced the magnitude of OBP by 43.3, 28.8, 10.9, or 4.3%, respectively. The integrated peak V activity (I-ENGv) showed a linear relationship to OBP (r = 0.944) in the glottis occluded frog, but a curvilinear relationship to peak buccal pressure (peak BP) in the spontaneously breathing frog during inflation period...
1984: Japanese Journal of Physiology
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