cardioinhibitor

cardioinhibitor

 [kahr″de-o-in-hib´ĭ-ter]
an agent that restrains the heart's action.

cardioinhibitor

/car·dio·in·hib·i·tor/ (kahr″de-o-in-hib´ĭ-ter) an agent that restrains the heart's action.

cardioinhibitor

an agent that restrains the heart's action.
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The loss of startle-induced bradycardia after dorsal nerve cutting indicates that the cardioinhibitor nerves are the causative inputs for this behavior.
H] in intact animals may arise from long-term increases in cardioaccelerator or decreases in cardioinhibitor tonic firing rates.
Our data support the conclusions that the cardioinhibitor nerves are responsible for startle-induced bradycardia and that the cardioaccelerator nerves cause the rapid-onset tachycardia associated with walking.