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by Ida G. Karmanova
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    Ida G. Karmanova
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    Karger (October 25, 1982)
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Formation of Coordinational Function of the Central Nervous System: Phylo- and Ontogenetic Aspects.

oceedings{onOS, title {Evolution of sleep : stages of the formation of the 'wakefulness-sleep' cycle in vertebrates}, author {Ida G. Karmanova}, year {1982} }. Ida G. Karmanova. View PDF. Save to Library. Participation of vertebrate forebrain activating systems in organization of the wakefulness-sleep cycle. Formation of Coordinational Function of the Central Nervous System: Phylo- and Ontogenetic Aspects. A. I. Belich, Natalya Nikolaevna Konstantinova. Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology.

The issues of which of these sleep manifestations are homologous to SWS . The possibility of different sleep stage characteristics being associated with.

The issues of which of these sleep manifestations are homologous to SWS, PS, hibernation and stress response are discussed. In conclusion, the general diagram of sleep evolution in vertebrates is presented, and the . Karmanova’s contribution to evolutionary somnology is highlighted. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. The possibility of different sleep stage characteristics being associated with different sleep lengths was explored by comparing two groups of high school seniors, who characteristically slept 6½ hours or less or who slept 8½ hours or more, with an age-matched control group not selected on the basis of sleep length.

We scrutinize various concepts of sleep development in the animal world evolution as well as the . Karmanova’s theory of the sleep–wake cycle evolution in vertebrates, beginning from wakefulness–primary sleep (or protosleep) in fish and amphibians through wakefulness–intermediate sleep in reptiles to wakefulness–slow wave sleep (SWS) and paradoxical sleep (PS) in birds and mammals. Primary sleep is represented by the three major sleep-like immobility states: catalepsy, catatonia and cataplexy. The main behavioral, somatovegetative and neurophysiological characteristics of primary sleep and.

Stages of Sleep and Sleep Cycles. Last updated October 10, 2019. Periods of wakefulness occur before and intermittently throughout the various sleep stages or as one shifts sleeping position. These stages progress cyclically from 1 through REM then begin again with stage 1. A complete sleep cycle takes an average of 90 to 110 minutes, with each stage lasting between 5 to 15 minutes. Wake is the period when brain wave activity is at its highest and muscle tone is active.

Evolution of sleep: Stages of the formation of the wakefulness-sleep cycle in vertebrates.

However, corresponding studies on the evolution of wakefulness have been fewer (Esteban, Nicolau, Gamundí, et a. 2005; Nicolau, Akaârir, Gamundí, et a. 2000), despite a number of reasons supporting the greater importance of waking in animal adaptation. Evolution of sleep: Stages of the formation of the wakefulness-sleep cycle in vertebrates.

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Are you sure you want to remove Evolution of sleep from your list? Evolution of sleep. stages of the formation of the 'wakefulness-sleep' cycle in vertebrates. Published 1982 by Karger in Basel, New York. Vertebrates, Circadian rhythms, Evolution, Sleep, Physiology, Wakefulness. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

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There are 5 stages of sleep that follow each other in a cyclical fashion: wake, relaxed wakefulness, light sleep, deep sleep and REM sleep. After reading this article, you’ll have a basic understanding of the sleep stages, what happens during them and how they affect you during the day. Jump to section.

The sleep cycle disturbances involved, in the first place, a considerable reduction of the paradoxical sleep, diminishing of the profound slow-wave sleep, and an increase in duration of the light slow-wave sleep. These shifts were clear on the 1st day of the deprivation and considerably reduced on the 2nd day due to an increasing rate of alternation of the sleep-wakefulness cycle's phases

In Russian) Karmanova, I. G. Evolution of sleep: Stages of the formation of the ‘wakefulness-sleep’ cycle in vertebrates.

In Russian) Karmanova, I. from Russian by L. N. Smirnova), Univ. Press of America, Lanham, New York, Oxford, 1999.

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