Научные труды III Съезда физиологов СНГ
The collection of scientific works includes materials of Assembly lectures and plenary, Symposium reports, speeches at the meeting.round tables and poster presentations presented at the III Congress of CIS physiologists (Yalta, Ukraine, 1-6 October 2011). The editors Grouped by the main sections of the scientific program of the Congress, they reflect in a concentrated form:- state of development of physiology in the CIS countries on a wide range of the most urgent problems: cellular and molecular Phiphysiology, physiology of higher nervous activity, neurophysiology, neurochemistry, physiology of sensory and visceral systems, physiology of endocrine, immune and motor systems, reproductive physiology, gravitational and hyperbaric physiologylogy, clinical physiology, physiology of children and adolescents, physiology of educational activities, physiology of sleep, health levels and functional reserves of the organism, adaptation, stress and health, physiological mechanisms of health correction, evolutionary.
The sex differences of the full amplitude of the spectrum (PAS) of EEG of a wide frequency range of 56 th are investigated- lovek (27 men and 29 women) in the ontogenetic range from 3 to 70 years. Used the 21-channel electroencephalo- graph " Neuron-Spectrum-4 / VP "(Neurosoft, "10-20" by Jasper). Estimation of averaged values of PAS in 21 leads without taking into account individual rhythms (and thus, without taking into account the level of cerebral generation of rhythms), intersex differences are given- no neurodynamic parameter was detected. Taking into account the individual rhythms of EEG (beta-high-frequency, beta- low-frequency, alpha -, theta -, Delta -) there is a distinct tendency to higher absolute values INCREASE of EEG rhythms in men compared to women. In the extreme values of the studied EEG frequency spectrum (high-frequency beta-and slow Delta-rhythm) this trend acquired a reliable character (p<0.05) mainly in the posterior-temporal and Antero-frontal leads. Stable negative correlations (p<0.05) between