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Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles

R. W. Banks

Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles

by R. W. Banks

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Published by Royal Society in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby R.W. Banks, D. Barker and M.J. Stacey.
SeriesPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London -- Vol. 299, no. 1096, 4 November 1982, pp329-364
ContributionsBarker, D., Stacey, M. J., Royal Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21557837M

The sensory innervation of 46 poles of long chain intrafusal muscle fibers was studied histochemically by staining for NADH-TR in periodic, 8 micron thick transverse sections of cat muscle spindles. The arrangement of preterminal and terminal axon branches in the primary sensory endings of cat tenuissimus muscle spindles was studied using whole-mount and serial-section techniques.

There are two types of sensory endings found in muscle spindles: the primary and secondary endings of spindles, which are located in the middle of the spindle.()The primary endings respond to its speed and the size of a muscle length change. ()The neurons in the trigeminal mesencephalon (MesV) are the primary neurons that process sensory information from the. (). Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles. (). Functional regulation of FEZ1 by the U-box-type ubiquitin ligase E4B contributes to neuritogenesis. (). Further studies on motor and sensory nerve regeneration in mice .

to preserve the muscle spindles in regenerating mammalian skeletal muscle. Regarding the morphological changes of muscle spindles, some authors have reported the influence of peripheral nerve injury, hind‐ limb unloading and age. 3,8,16,17 After nerve repair, sensory terminals of regenerated muscle spindles are tapered or have irregular forms. 3 Banks RW The motor innervation of mammalian muscle spindles. Prog Neurobiol 43 Crossref | PubMed | ISI Google Scholar; 4 Banks RW, Barker D, Stacey MJ Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci Crossref | PubMed | ISI Google Scholar.


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Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles by R. W. Banks Download PDF EPUB FB2

Banks RW, Barker D, Stacey MJ. Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. Nov 4; ()– BARKER D, IP MC.

A study of single and tandem types of muscle-spindle in the cat. Proc R Cited by: The sensory innervation of cat hindlimb muscle spindles was studied by reconstruc-tion, electron microscopy, and examination of teased, silver preparations to ascertain the form of the terminals and their distribution to bag, (bl), bag2 (b2), and chain (c) muscle fibres.

Reconstructions were made of two primary endings, one S1 secondary. Banks RW, Barker D, Stacey MJ. Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles.

Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. Nov 4; ()– Barker D, Emonet-Dénand F, Laporte Y, Stacey MJ. Identifications of the intrafusal endings of skeletofusimotor axons in the cat. Brain Res. Mar 10; (2)–Cited by: 4.

1. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. Nov 4;() Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle by:   Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles.

(PMID) Abstract Citations; Related Articles; Data; BioEntities; External Links ' ' Banks RW, ' ' Barker D, ' ' Stacey MJ Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Cited by: Banks RW, Barker D, Brown HG.

Sensory reinnervation of muscles following nerve section and suture in cats. J Hand Surg Br. Oct; 10 (3)– [Google Scholar] Banks RW, Barker D, Stacey MJ. Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles.

Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. Nov 4; ()– Banks R, Barker D, Stacey M and Young J () Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London.

B, Biological Sciences,(), Online publication date: 4-Nov Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological Sciences, /rstb, (), (). The pattern of afferent innervation parallels this separation of motor pathways in cat spindles.

Each muscle spindle in the cat receives only one primary afferent which terminates on all three major types of intrafusal fiber (Banks et al., ). The arrangement of preterminal and terminal axon branches in the primary sensory endings of cat tenuissimus muscle spindles was studied using whole-mount and serial-section techniques.

Although in every case one firstorder preterminal branch was supplied exclusively to the bag1 type of intrafusal muscle fibre, the preterminal branching patterns differed considerably in detail. The nuclear bag 1 intrafusal fiber mediates the dynamic (velocity) sensitivity, whereas the nuclear bag 2 and nuclear chain fibers mediate the static (length) sensitivity of muscle spindles to stretch.

The pattern of branching of primary and secondary afferents, the distribution of their terminals to the 3 types of intrafusal fibers, and the incidence of sensory cross-terminals were determined.

Banks R.W., Barker D., Stacey and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London, B (), pp. Google Scholar. We would like to thank Dr J.

Scott for help with the manuscript. REFERENCES 1. Banks R. () Observations on the primary sensory ending of tenuissimus muscle spindles in the cat. Cell Tissue Res. 2. Banks R. W., Barker D. and Stacey M.

() Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles. Banks RW, Harker DW, Stacey MJ. A study of mammalian intrafusal muscle fibres using a combined histochemical and ultrastructural technique.

J Anat. Jul; (Pt 3)– [PMC free article] Banks RW, Barker D, Stacey MJ. Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles. This is a report of the changes observed in the pattern of sensory innervation of muscle spindles in hindlimb muscles of kittens during the first four weeks of life.

The structural analysis, made on teased, silver-stained preparations, was complemented by a series of recordings of afferent responses of kitten spindles during ramp-and-hold. Results are presented of examining the postcrush sensory reinnervation of cat peroneus bravis muscle spindles previously investigated physiologically.

Abstract. The experiments described below were carried out on muscle spindles isolated from the tenuissimus muscle of the cat hind leg and illustrate the physiological behaviour of three types of intrafusal muscle fibre called the ‘dynamic bag1 fibre’ (Db1) the ‘static bag2 fibre’ (Sb2) and the ‘nuclear chain fibres’ (Ch).The same three types of intrafusal fibre are found in.

Scott, J. () Responses of Ia afferent axons from muscle spindles lacking a bag 1 intrafusal muscle fibre. Brain Res. 97– PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. Banks RW, Barker D, Stacey MJ. Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. Nov 4; ()– Banks RW, Barker D, Stacey MJ.

Form and classification of motor endings in mammalian muscle spindles. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. Aug 22; ()– Boyd, I.A. The action of the three types of intrafusal fibre in isolated cat muscle spindles on the dynamic and length sensitivities of primary and secondary sensory endings.

In Muscle Receptors and Movement. (eds. Taylor and A. Prochazka) pp17– Macmillan, London. CrossRef Google Scholar. (). Form and distribution of sensory terminals in cat hindlimb muscle spindles.

(). Formation de novo and development of neuromuscular junctions in vitro. (). Formation of neuromuscular junctions in embryonic cell cultures. (). Tracings of groups of muscle spindles, tendon organs and extrafusal muscle fibres teased from intrinsic hind-foot muscles of the cat, all drawn to the same scale.

the cat hindlimb .The motor innervation of cat spindles was examined in hindlimb muscles using a variety of techniques employed in light and electron microscopy.

Form and Distribution of Sensory Terminals in.