A neurohormone is a hormone that is secreted and circulated by neurosecretory cells into the blood. It stimulates neural mechanisms when activated by neural stimuli.
negative feedback, humeral, hormonal, and neural.
The pons is thought to be instrumental in the smooth transition from inspiration to expiration.
homeostasis The temperature of the body is regulated by neural feedback mechanisms which operate primarily through the hypothalmus. The hypothalmus contains not only the control mechanisms, but also the key temperature sensors
The neural mechanisms supporting the ability to recognize and respond to fictive outcomes, outcomes of actions that one has not taken, remain obscure.
Researchers in educational neuroscience investigate the neural mechanisms of reading, numerical cognition, attention, and their attendant difficulties including dyslexia, dyscalculia, and ADHD as they relate to education
The endocrine system has four major mechanisms of control that regulate its functions. They are: Hormonal control, neural control, negative feedback, and positive feedback.
Casper Johannes Erkelens has written: 'Neural mechanisms of mandibular control' -- subject(s): Innervation, Mandible, Muscles
Hormone secretion is very complex and is regulated by three main mechanisms. The first, and most common, is negative feedback. The others are positive feedback and neural control.
neural mechanisms that allow people to understand everyday social interaction. .... When people interact in a social context
Brain damage can impair word recognition, but not object recognition and Certain mental diseases produce changes in word recognition and object recognition.
A neural Impulse is a spike of electrical activity.
momentum neural network
It is formed from neural folds that arise from the neural groove in a developing fetus.
The word neural is associated with the brain. A neural network is a computer system or interface that is linked to the brain or neurological system.
Neural Insulation is Brain Material.:))There is your answer.
Neural Computation was created in 1989.
A step in the training process of an artificial neural network
Neural compromise, also referred to as neural foraminal compromise, is a health condition. It's when the spinal column's foreman becomes narrowed.
Neural networks have nothing to do with neutrons.
Action potential is a neural impulse.
"Initiated by endothelial injury and caused by local and humoral mechanisms". Other helpers such as thromboxane, platelets releasing prosaglandin and neural reflexes all aid in vasoconstriction of the vessels. (Porth & Matfin, 2009)