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AOO-*— 4%o-*-400-i SO *0 30 rn» \T J C ■ 7 y / "fcl ' C5-UC5 i i t 40 20 30 session " CS-UC5 . 1 1 1 o 0 3rd training pseudo- 2nd training training 20 "session AO. 0 O conditioning ' session UÇS-C5 Cs-ucs 1 t LJ I ■ ' 10 20 30 40 20 30 40 20 30 number of stimulus pairs Fig. 2 Increase of the conditioned spike amplitude during the first, second, and forth training session, and the missing of any significant changing during a pseudoconditioning procedure of the third series (c;; ordinate - amplitude of the conditioned action potential in mV abscissa - number of si *mulus pairs in the consecutive sessions Paired presentation of the GS and UCS produced an increase of the amplitude of the conditioned spike response from the initial amplitude of 32 mV up to 49 mV obtained after presentation of 30 stimulus pairs (fig· 2 a)· The conditioned response returned to the initial level of 32 mV in the course of 8 min.
6))· The reversal of these local responses could be induced over a period of several minutes by paired stimulation. Second, single neurons of Edible snails possess mechanisms for the habituation and facilitation (sensitization) of local responses and the number or size of action potentials (6, 18). The criteria for these simple learning Orocesses, formulated by KANDEL and SPENCER (7) and THOMPSON et al. (22, 23) have been satisfied. The same validity could be proved concerning the characteristics of the conditioning response!
Waite, R. Verley, L. J. Garey and K. P. Hoffmann, but also in the discussions and above all in the introduction and closing remarks presented respectively by J. Scherrer and L. J. Garey. First of all, the plasticity of the nervous centers is a subject of utmost practical importance. Its existence has been known for many years: neurologists have long been aware that even a massive lesion of the left hemisphere of a young, right-handed child does not determine aphasia; the neurosurgeon knows that the removal, in an adult, of a hemisphere seriously injured during the perinatal period leads to fewer problems than the accidental destruction of the same magnitude of a healthy mature hemisphere.