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Arc. Nat, V. I. 70. Hence it appears, that as the muscles consist of larger fibres
intermixed with a smaller quantity of nervous medulla, the organ of vision
consists of a greater quantity of nervous medulla intermixed with smaller fibres.
IV. A certain quantity of stimulus producesirritation, which is an exertion of the
spirit of animation exciting the fibres into contraction. V. A certain quantity of
contraction of animal fibres, if it be perceived at all, produces pleasure; a greater
or less ...
... by agreeable food, the muscles of deglutition are brought into action by
association. Thus when a greater light falls on the eye, the iris is brought into
action without our attention, and the ciliary process, when the focus is formed
before or ...
Contraction greater than usual induces pleasure or pain. 7 Mobility of the fibres
uniform. Quantity of sensorial power futuates. Constitutes excitability. II. Of
sensorial exertion. I. Animal motion includes stimulus, sensorial power, and
Aftimulus not repeated too frequently does not lose effeo. Perpetual movement of
the vital organs. 3. A simulus repeated at uniform times produces greater effo.
Irritation combined with association. 4. Aftimulus repeated frequently and
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