Double Innervation of Striated Muscle


IN the Proceedings of the Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland, just published in the Journal of Anatomy, there is a record (page 498) of a communication by Prof. H. H. Woollard on the innervation of voluntary muscle, which is of unusual importance from its bearing upon a question that is a matter of widespread controversy at the present moment. My purpose in directing attention to Dr. Woollard's observation, however, is not so much to emphasise its intrinsic significance as to suggest the possibility of an interpretation other than that adumbrated in his preliminary note.

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SMITH, G. Double Innervation of Striated Muscle. Nature 120, 258–259 (1927).

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