Effects of Exercise Training on Morphology of Somatosensory Regions and Caudate Nucleus Neurons of Mouse Cortex
The purpose of this article is to study the effect of exercise training on neuronal morphology of
somatosensory regions and caudate putamen in the cerebral cortex of mice. In this paper, 20 female mice of
Kunming species and 20 mice were paired and randomly assigned to the exercise group and the control group.
The exercise group mice performed physical activities. After 8 weeks of exercise training on the exercise
treadmill, in a quiet state, tissue sections of the somatosensory area of the cerebral cortex were prepared and HE
stained. The changes in tissue morphology were observed under an optical microscope and cell counts were
performed. The mice were sacrificed during sexual maturity and senescence, and seven morphological
parameters in the frontal cortex neurons of two types of mice were measured by cytomorphometry. The test was
used to compare the differences between the parameters of different groups. To a certain extent, it can promote
the increase of 12% in the nucleolus of canine pyramidal cells in the sensory area of the cerebral cortex of the
white mice, and the increase in the density of the spinal cyst spines in the middle pyramidal cells of the sixth
layer and the middle astrocytes of the caudal shell. The conclusion shows that proper exercise can increase the
activity of neurons in the caudate putamen of the rat brain, which is beneficial to the transmission of neurons
and the release of transmitters, and promotes the function of the brain.