The nerves and muscles of medusae. VI. The rhythm
Summary 1. Features of the rhythm of isolated ganglia of Aurelia are the high variability of the intervals between beats and their negative first-order serial correlation coefficient. 2. A regular rapid rhythm or a cyclical rhythm is a consequence of stimulation. 3. The effect of stimulation of the primary (diffuse) nerve net is usually a transient acceleration of the rhythm. 4. A rapid, uniform rhythm is usually reset at a similar frequency by an artificially induced beat; a normal...[Show more]
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