The Rhythmic Discharge of Motoneurones

@inproceedings{EcclesTheRD,
  title={The Rhythmic Discharge of Motoneurones},
  author={John Carew Eccles and H. E. Hoff}
}
Denny-Brown (1929) and Adrian and Bronk (1929) have described rhythmic discharges from the single motoneurones of extensor muscles during repetitive stimulation of a contralateral afferent nerve. When the stimulation is not too infrequent, e. g. , when more than 10 a second, the rhythm of this reflex discharge bears no direct relation to the rhythm of the stimulation, but within limits it varies with the intensity of the reflex stimulus, which in turn is dependent on both the rate and the… CONTINUE READING

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