A technique for discriminating direction of propagation of action potentials recorded from an intact mixed nerve.

Abstract

A study of the insect central nervous system (Rowell, 1964, 1969) required the impulse traffic in a connective to be resolved into that fraction propagating anteriorly and that propagating posteriorly, and to describe each fraction in terms of the amplitude and frequency of action potentials. The first requirement is usually met by cutting the nerve and… (More)

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