This release of tension is accompanied by a change in innervation and results in a perceptible movement.
The important differences in innervation between these studies and the present one are discussed below.
Yet another clue to the meaning of these muscles is to be found in their innervation, which is very extraordinary and unexpected.
Their centres of innervation will therefore be stabbed as well, with the leisure which the Mantis, now put out of action, permits.
Romer gave the innervation of the hip and thigh muscles in the chicken, but did not cover the lumbosacral plexus.
It is regarded as a motor or secondary activity, the key to the innervation of which is located in the presentations of the Unc.
The second important element is the innervation of the muscles in consequence of movement merely seen.
It is the general rule that larvae possess a centre of innervation for each segment.
The innervation was found in only one leg, in which the twig arises more distally than in T. pallidicinctus.
Each ganglion of the ventral chain is formed mainly for the innervation of the appendages.
innervation in·ner·va·tion (ĭn'ər-vā'shən)
The arrangement or distribution of nerves to an organ or body part.
The amount or degree of stimulation of a muscle or organ by nerves.