Ragnar Arthur Granit
Ragnar Arthur GranitRagnar Arthur Granit - Nobel Laureate

Ragnar Arthur Granit was awarded the 1967 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discoveries about chemical and physiological visual processes in the eye.

Articles:

  1. Phase of suppression following each retinal b-wave in flicker
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1960 Vol. 23 no. 3, 305-314

  2. Differentiation of tonic from phasic alpha ventral horn cells by stretch, pinna and crossed extensor reflexes
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 September 1957 Vol. 20 no. 5, 470-481

  3. Gamma control of dynamic properties of muscle spindles
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 July 1956 Vol. 19 no. 4, 356-366

  4. Centrifugal and antidromic effects on ganglion cells of retina
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 July 1955 Vol. 18 no. 4, 388-411

  5. Electromyographic and monosynaptic definition of reflex excitability during muscle stretch
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 September 1952 Vol. 15 no. 5, 409-420

  6. Autogenetic modulation of excitability of single ventral horn cells
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 March 1951 Vol. 14 no. 2, 113-132

  7. Reflex self-regulation of muscle contraction and autogenetic inhibition
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 September 1950 Vol. 13 no. 5, 351-372 

  8. Neural organization of the retinal elements, as revealed by polarization
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1948 Vol. 11 no. 3, 239-251

  9. The mammalian colour modulators
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1948 Vol. 11 no. 3, 253-259

  10. Single fibre analysis of inhibition and the polarity of the retinal elements
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 July 1947 Vol. 10 no. 4, 295-301

  11. The colour receptors of the mammalian retina
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1945 Vol. 8 no. 3, 195-210 

  12. The effect of temperature on the artificial synapse formed by the cut end of the mammalian nerve
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1945 Vol. 8 no. 3, 211-217

  13. Accommodation and autorhythmic mechanism in single sensory fibres
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 September 1943 Vol. 6 no. 5, 337-348

  14. Stimulus frequency as a means of analyzing synaptic activity
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 September 1942 Vol. 5 no. 5, 381-392 

  15. The breakdown of accommodation—nerve as model sense-organ
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 January 1942 Vol. 5 no. 1, 55-68

  16. Changes in retinal excitability due to polarization and some observations on the relation between the processes in retina and nerve
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 November 1939 Vol. 2 no. 6, 556-565

  17. Comparative studies on the peripheral and central retina V. The sensation-time curve and the time course of the fusion frequency of intermittent stimulation
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1931 : 654-663

  18. Comparative studies on the peripheral and central retina IV. Temporal summation of subliminal visual stimuli and the time course of the excitatory after-effect
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1931 : 644-653

  19. Comparative studies on the peripheral and central retina VI. Inhibition, summation, and synchronization of impulses in the retina
    American Journal of Physiology November 1, 1931 : 664-673

  20. Comparative studies on the peripheral and central retina III. Some aspects of local adaptation
    American Journal of Physiology October 1, 1930 : 229-241

  21. Comparative studies on the peripheral and central retina II. Synaptic reactions in the eye
    American Journal of Physiology October 1, 1930 : 211-228

  22. Comparative studies on the peripheral and central retina I. On interaction between distant areas in the human eye
    American Journal of Physiology July 1, 1930 



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