FIGURE 6.8. Total chorda tympani nerve terminal field volumes in the nucleus of the solitary tract in control (solid bars) and sodium-restricted (open bars) rats at postnatal day 15–17, postnatal days 25–27, at postnatal days 35–37, and at adulthood.

FIGURE 6.8

Total chorda tympani nerve terminal field volumes in the nucleus of the solitary tract in control (solid bars) and sodium-restricted (open bars) rats at postnatal day 15–17, postnatal days 25–27, at postnatal days 35–37, and at adulthood. Standard errors (SEM) are shown above the respective bar. Single asterisks denote mean volumes significantly different than the preceding age group of controls. Double asterisks denote significantly different means between same-aged control and sodium-restricted rats. (Reprinted from Sollars, S. I., et al., Neuroscience, 137, 1229, 2006, with permission from Elsevier.)

From: Chapter 6, Development and Plasticity of the Gustatory Portion of Nucleus of the Solitary Tract

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