By Prof. Dr. Christopher R. Bridges, Professor Adam Curtis, Professor Dale Sanders (auth.)
In March 1996 the Society of Experimental Biology (UK) including different foreign medical societies, the Australian and New Zealand Society for Comparative body structure and Biochemistry and the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (formally the yank Society for Zoology) joined forces with Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg to provide one of many first totally digital on-line, peer-reviewed organic journals, Experimental Biology on-line. the current product represents the culmination of this three way partnership and encapsulates Volumes 1 and a pair of of the magazine. this can be an ongoing sequence such that an archival model of the magazine can be to be had to all libraries in addition to the online model. on the outset this used to be "new land" for all involved however the launching of a magazine which might disguise experimental biology by way of Animal, mobile and Plant subject matters was once daunting yet all of us felt that using digital media and the web will be very best to this purpose.
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Lm, height bar = 0-2. lm. B An AFM error-signal image showing the position and morphology of a growth cone relative to the underlying adhesive tracks after 4 h in culture. Scale bar = 2. lm. 4 h in culture. Clusters of focal contact have accumulated beneath the C-domain. These appeared to delineate the edges of the underlying tracks (dotted lines). 3). Cells growing in 12-lim-wide grooves were consistently more highly aligned than those in 25-, 50- or 100-lim pitch grooves at 1, 3 and 6 lim depth.
Some cells appeared to have 'balanced morphologies' with primary neurites arranged in a cruciform configuration around the cell soma. A remarkable feature of this experiment was extremely elongated growth cones which were aligned to the perpendicular adhesive tracks and bridged successive grooves and ridges. Traversing these obstacles must have required severe cytoskeletal distortion within the C-domain of growth cones. Bends in the growth cone cytoskeleton did not appear to restrict their motility, nor were growth cones observed to accumulate at ridge edges.
7, remains intact after the infusion of atropine. This indicates that the local vasodilation of peripheral vessels, in response to a heat load, is primarily responsible for the development of the R-L shunt. 5 • 26 ~L-R eo ~ 30 0 100 f II T. ("C) 120 200 28 30 c 1eo ] 140 E 120 Qpul ~ 1(0 00 32 60 V\ 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 T. ("C) ~Qshunt ~ ~ ~ ~/ R-L 24 25 Tb (C) 28 30 Fig. 7. Preliminary experiment on the dynamic cardiovascular response of a turtle (Trachemys scripta) during heating and cooling.
EBO — Experimental Biology Online Annual 1996/97 by Prof. Dr. Christopher R. Bridges, Professor Adam Curtis, Professor Dale Sanders (auth.)