" Sensory Partitioning " of the Cat Medial Gastrocnemius Muscle by Muscle Spindles and Tendon Organs

@inproceedings{Edward2012SP,
  title={" Sensory Partitioning " of the Cat Medial Gastrocnemius Muscle by Muscle Spindles and Tendon Organs},
  author={W. Isaac Edward},
  year={2012}
}
It has been proposed that muscle spindles and tendon organs generate a "sensory partitioning" of their parent muscle's motor unit population by monitoring localized length-tension perturbations re­ sulting from the activity of a select niimber of motor units, in addi­ tion to responding to more global whole muscle parameters. The main aim of the present… CONTINUE READING