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Majak, K. and Pitkaenen, A. (2003) Projections from the Periamygdaloid Cortex to the Amygdaloid Complex, the Hippocampal Formation, and the Parahippocampal Region: A PHA-L Study. Hippocampus, 13, 922-942.
https://doi.org/10.1002/hipo.10134

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  • TITLE: Theta Activity in the Regio Inferior of the Temporal Hippocampus by Odor Stimulation in Anesthetized Pigs

    AUTHORS: Toshiyuki Saito, Sei-Etsu Fujiwara, Takashi Yamaguchi

    KEYWORDS: Fast Fourier Transform, Rhythmic Oscillations, Sus scrofa domesticus

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Animal Sciences, Vol.7 No.4, September 4, 2017

    ABSTRACT: We examined theta activity in the temporal hippocampus of ure-thane-chloralose-anesthetized pigs by stimulation with two chemical odors, beta-phenyl ethyl alcohol (PEA; rose-like odor) and n-amyl acetate (banana-like odor). Neural activity was recorded in the neural cell layer nearby fimbria of the temporal hippocampus in three of six animals. Odor stimulation with PEA at a low concentration (10-4 w/w; 100 ppm) significantly increased power of the low-frequency theta band (type-2; 4 - 6 Hz) for the middle 10 s (w (3, 6, 2.5%) >2.56). The PEA odor at a higher concentration (10-3 w/w; 1000 ppm), however, showed a tendency for gradual increase inthe low-frequency theta but the response was insignificant compared with the control. On the other hand, odor stimulation with n-amyl acetate (10-4 w/w; 100 ppm) caused no apparent increase or a tendency for decrease in power of the low-frequency theta. Thus, the type-2 theta response in the temporal hippocampus to the PEA odor contrasted strikingly with that to the n-amylacetate in the ure-thane-chloralose-anesthetized pigs. The response of the type-2 theta rhythm in the temporal hippocampus may underlie the difference in emotional sensation and cognition of PEA from n-amyl acetate in the pig.