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  1. E. D. AdrianThe Principle All-Or-None in nerve. J. Physiol.,  47, p. 460-474; 1913-1914.
  2. Keith Lucas. The Effect of Alcohol on the Excitation Conduction and Recovery Processes in Nerve., J. Physiol. 46, p. 470; 1913.

1913 (1)

Keith Lucas. The Effect of Alcohol on the Excitation Conduction and Recovery Processes in Nerve., J. Physiol. 46, p. 470; 1913.

Adrian, E. D.

E. D. AdrianThe Principle All-Or-None in nerve. J. Physiol.,  47, p. 460-474; 1913-1914.

Lucas, Keith

Keith Lucas. The Effect of Alcohol on the Excitation Conduction and Recovery Processes in Nerve., J. Physiol. 46, p. 470; 1913.

J. Physiol. (2)

E. D. AdrianThe Principle All-Or-None in nerve. J. Physiol.,  47, p. 460-474; 1913-1914.

Keith Lucas. The Effect of Alcohol on the Excitation Conduction and Recovery Processes in Nerve., J. Physiol. 46, p. 470; 1913.

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Figures (3)

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F. 1

A. Muscle cell; B, Narcotizing cell; C, Stimulating cell, with electrodes at E on either side of the stimulating partition.

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F. 2

M, Muscle cell; N, narcotizing cell, with grooved walls to allow adjustment of length; S, stimulating cell provided with a non-polarizable fixed electrode at right end.

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F. 3

Showing cross-sectional shape that allows the use of movable non-polarizable electrodes.