Elizabeth M McCarville

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Recent studies have suggested important similarities between the visual control of upper and lower limb actions despite the different effectors, time scales, and regions of space associated with the two types of actions. Drawing on previous findings from upper limb studies, we show here that the effect of a Muller-Lyer illusion on stepping amplitude is(More)
Severe hypomagnesaemia was induced in lactating cows and lactating sheep by feeding them magnesium-deficient diets for 17 and 14 days, respectively. Hypomagnesaemia in cows was associated with abnormally high rates of change in the numbers of leucocytes, neutrophils, monocytes and platelets. There were increases in the concentration of iron in the liver of(More)
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