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" ... is in part transmuted into muscular force. The combustible food and oxygen coexist in the blood which courses through the muscle ; but when the muscle is at rest, there is no chemical action between them. A command is sent from the brain to the muscle,... "
Croonian Lectures on Matter & Force ... - Pàgina 169
per Bence Jones - 1868 - 223 pàgines
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1866
...change of substance, while the chief function of the non-nitrogenous is to furnish by their oxydation the actual energy which is in part transmuted into...brain to the muscle, the nervous agent determines oxydation. The potential energy becomes active energy, one portion assuming the form of motion, another...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1867
...Great Britain " On the Source of Muscular Force," which contains the following passage : — " Tho combustible food and oxygen coexist in the blood which...through the muscle ; but when the muscle is at rest títere is no chemical action between them. A command ia sent from tho brain to the muscle, the nermus...
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The Power of the Soul Over the Body

George Moore - 1868 - 436 pàgines
...June, 1866, that the waste of the voluntary muscles is chiefly due to mind-action. He states that ' the combustible food and oxygen coexist in the blood...chemical action between them. A command is sent from the lira/in to the muscle; the nervous agent determines oxidation.' There is, of course, a process of removal...
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The Contemporary Review, Volum 8

1868
...This Professor Fraukland, following in the wake of others, disputes ; and his conclusion is that " the combustible food and oxygen coexist in the blood...chemical action between them. A command is sent from tlw brain to the muscle ; the nervous agent determines oxidation ; the potential becomes active energy...
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The Contemporary Review, Volum 8

1868
...This Professor Frankland, following in the wake of others, disputes ; and his conclusion is that " the combustible food and oxygen coexist in the blood...chemical action between them. A command is sent from ike brain to tlie muscle ; the nervous agent determines oxidation ; the potential becomes active energy...
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An Elementary Exposition of the Doctrine of Energy

Douglas Denon Heath - 1874 - 129 pàgines
...Frankland several years ago, in a lecture at the Eoyal Institution, described it thus, in general terms: ' The combustible food and oxygen co-exist in the blood...is sent from the brain to the muscle ; the nervous agent'—acting, it would seem, as a stimulant—' determines oxidation; the potential becomes active...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1866
...of the nitrogenous constituents of food is for the renewal of muscular tissue — the latter, like every other part of the body, requiring a continuous...determines oxidation. The potential energy becomes actual energy, one portion assuming the form of motion, another appearing as heat. Here is the source...
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Biology in the Nineteenth Century: Problems of Form, Function and Transformation

William Coleman, William R. Coleman - 1977 - 187 pàgines
...from other sources, that is, from foodstuffs other than protein. "A command," Frankland concluded, "is sent from the brain to the muscle, the nervous...determines oxidation. The potential energy becomes actual energy, one portion assuming the form of motion, the other appearing as heat. Here is the source...
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, Volum 11

1867
...use of the nitrogenous constituents of food is for the renewal of muscular tissue ; the latter, like every other part of the body, requiring a continuous...chemical action between them. A command is sent from the brnin to the muscle, the nervous agent determines oxidation. The potential energy becomes active energy,...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1866
...change of substance, while the chief function of the non-nitrogenous is to furnish by their oxydation the actual energy which is in part transmuted into...brain to the muscle, the nervous agent determines oxydation. The potential energy becomes active energy, one portion assuming the form of motion, another...
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