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|disturbance of the intercentral interrelationships in the case of worsening of |
engram formation. These concepts suggest that the intercentral interrelationships
are the most important element for structural formation of a system maintaining
|The delicate influence of frequency on intercentral relationships becomes evident |
from the work of Bad et al. (1952). These investigators developed a method of
pulsatory perfusion of the sinocarotid region and have shown that the inhibitory ...
|These two statements compel us to conclude that the function of the whole is |
organized and formed as an integral activity at the basis of which are intercentral
relations which are highly differentiated, hierarchically combined and dynamic.
|slow-wave (delta) sleep; PS, paradoxical (REM) sleep demonstrated that the |
distribution of inter-central correlations along the sagittal line during waking and
sleep in children is significantly different from that in adults. The younger the child
|INTERCENTRAL. BANK. COOPERATION. Bank. for. InternationalSettlements. |
Cooperation between the world'scentralbanksisvisibleattimes of crisis, although it
certainly is not limited toonlythosetimes.Cooperation is particularly apparent ...
|Neural arches tend to be displaced forward to an intercentral position to agree in |
conformation with the original segmentation pattern. Rib; of the middle ten trunk
vertebrae join the carapace in all but one family (Dermochelydae). The ribs are ...
|Ukhtomskii says that the intercentral affects must be considered as most potent |
factors. Our intrusion causes a redistribution of energy in the nerve paths. We
know, as K÷hler established in his experiments, that in an affective state, both the
|Russell indicated differences between these vertebrae and those of other mid-|
Cretaceous North African forms, including spinous processes short and wider
transversely than long; intercentral articulations wider than high, exceeding the
|Ass'n., 1889. Trans. Int. Med. Congr., 1887. " The local treatment of Laryngeal |
Phthisis." " Observation de tuberculose larynge6, etc." Ref. Inter. Central, f.
Laryng., vol. 5, p. 339. "Wien. Med. Presse, 1884." Ref. Year Book of Treatment,