Medical Definition of Law of excitation

1. A motor nerve responds, not to the absolute value, but to the alteration of value from moment to moment, of the electric current; i.e., rate of change of intensity of the current is a factor in determining its effectiveness. Synonym: Du Bois-Reymond's law. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Law Of Excitation

law of conservation of matter
law of constant numbers in ovulation
law of constant proportion
law of contiguity
law of continuation
law of contrary innervation
law of cosines
law of definite proportions
law of denervation
law of diminishing marginal utility
law of diminishing returns
law of double negation
law of effect
law of equal areas
law of equivalent proportions
law of excitation (current term)
law of excluded middle
law of gravitation
law of independent assortment
law of initial value
law of intestine
law of isochronism
law of large numbers
law of mass action
law of motion
law of multiple proportions
law of nations
law of nature
law of parsimony
law of partial pressures

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