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an encapsulated neural structure consisting of a collection of cell bodies or neurons

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Neurohormonal effects on the cardiac ganglion. Many, but clearly not all, of the effects of P0 neurohormones on intact heart preparations can be accounted for by the effects observable on the efferent output from isolated CG.
Are there intrinsic neuromodulators in the cardiac ganglion? There appear to be neurohumoral modulatory effects that arise within the CG and that supplement the actions of the fast-acting synapses.
Fine structure of cardiac ganglion trunk in prawn, Penaeus japonicus Bates.
Burst reset and frequency control of the neuronal oscillators in the cardiac ganglion of the crab, Portunus sanguinolentus.
Octopamine alters rhythmic activity in the isolated cardiac ganglion of the crab, Portunus sanguinolentus.
Spontaneous and repetitive driver potentials in crab cardiac ganglion neurons.
Endogenous burst-organizing potentials in two classes of neurons in the lobster cardiac ganglion respond differently to alterations in divalent ion concentration.
Feedback from motor neurones to pacemaker neurones in lobster cardiac ganglion contributes to regulation of burst frequency.
Dopamine and 5-hydroxytryptamine actions on the cardiac ganglion of the lobster, Homarus americanus.
Effects of haloperidol and phentolamine on the crustacean cardiac ganglion. Camp.
Physiology of the crustacean cardiac ganglion. In The Crustacean Nervous System, Vol.
Neurohormonal alteration of integrative properties of the cardiac ganglion of the lobster Homarus americanus, J.
Localization of GABA-and glutamate-like immunoreactivity in the cardiac ganglion of the lobster Panulirus argus.
Proctolin activates a slow, voltage-dependent sodium current in motoneurons of the lobster cardiac ganglion. Neurosci.
Many investigations on the heartbeat pacemaker mechanism of crustaceans, mainly of decapods, have led to the generalization that crustacean hearts are neurogenic, with the cardiac ganglion acting as the dominant pacemaker (reviewed by Krijgsman, 1952; Maynard, 1960; Prosser, 1973).