More Co2 = less brains?

Ralph Leonhardt leo at neuroinformatik.ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Mon Feb 17 04:22:36 EST 1997


	
Hi,

actually, I don't think it does, that's why I used the adjective
"putative". I was referring to a posting by Ron (I think).

Greetings, Leo

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On 13 Feb 1997, Jeroen Schaap wrote:

> In article <Pine.SOL.3.94.970210110656.1242C-100000 at mol>,
>    Ralph Leonhardt <leo at neuroinformatik.ruhr-uni-bochum.de> wrote:
> :
> :Hi,
> :
> :I don't think that associative learning can be increased in a hypoxic
> :state, 
> :since primarily the putative increase in CO would happen in the
> 
> Can you clear my mind on this? Why does hypoxy induce high CO levels?
> 





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