- nerve fibre,
- nerve gas,
- nerve graft,
- nerve growth factor,
- nerve growth factor antiserum,
- nerve net,
- nerve of pterygoid canal,
- nerve of tensor muscle of soft palate,
- nerve of tensor tympani muscle,
- nerve plexus
Origin of nerve impulse
Examples from the Web for nerve impulse
Now, anything which starts this nerve-impulse is called the stimulus.
The nerve-impulse thus aroused is conveyed to the brain, and there translated into sound.Spirit and Music|H. Ernest Hunt
In human action it is evident that there is always a stimulus to start the nerve-impulse which causes the action.
The nerve-impulse passing into the fibers of the muscles causes them to contract.
It was said in the preceding chapter that when a muscle contracts, it must first receive a nerve-impulse.