Muscular Action


DURING the last few years a considerable number of papers have appeared bearing on this subject. They may be divided roughly into two classes, the first dealing with the fatigue caused by muscular action, together with the nature of the accompanying waste products; the second, with the behaviour of isolated muscles under the action of artificial stimulus.

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MALLOCK, A. Muscular Action. Nature 115, 154–155 (1925) doi:10.1038/115154b0

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