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" Flourens inferred that the cerebellum belongs neither to the sensory nor the intellectual apparatus; and that it is not the source of voluntary movements, although it belongs to the motor apparatus... "
Kirkes': Handbook of Physiology - Page 648
by William Senhouse Kirkes, William Hayden Rockwell - 1902 - 854 pages
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Manual of physiology

William Senhouse Kirkes - 1853 - 568 pages
...maintain its balance were liko those of a drunken man. tive nor to the intellectual apparatus ; and tliat it is not the source of voluntary movements, although...the excitement of the combined action of muscles. Some eases of disease of the cerebellum confirm this view ; bat the majority afford only negative evidence...
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Manual of Physiology

William Senhouse Kirkes - Physiology - 1853 - 568 pages
...not the source of voluntary movements, although it belongs to the motor apparatus : but is the wgan for the co-ordination of the voluntary movements,...the excitement of the combined action of muscles. Some cases of disease of the cerebellum confirm this view; but the majority afford only negative evidence...
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Diseases of the nervous system

Alvan Edmond Small, C. E. Toothaker - Nervous system - 1856 - 208 pages
...that it is not the source of voluntary movements, although it belongs to the motor apparatus ; but it is the organ for the co-ordination of the voluntary...movements, or for the excitement of the combined action of the muscles ; comparative anatomy confirms this view, inasmuch as in each of the four classes of vertebrata,...
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Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 4

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1879
...not the scarce of voluntmy movements, although it belongs to the motor apparatus ; but that it isthe organ for the co-ordination of the voluntary movements, or for the excitement of the combined and harmonious action of the muscles. This view is confirmed by the phenomena observed in certain capes...
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Hand-book of physiology, by W.S. Kirkes assisted by J. Paget

William Senhouse Kirkes, sir James Paget (1st bart.) - 1880
...afforded the same results when repeated on all classes of animals ; and, from them and the others beloie referred to, Flourens inferred that the cerebellum...muscles. Such evidence as can be obtained from cases of discase of this organ confirms the view taken by Flourens ; and, ou the whole, it gains support from...
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Physician and Surgeon, Volume 2

1880
...voluntary movements* although it belongs to the motor apparatus; but is the organ for the combination of the voluntary movements, or for the excitement of the combined action of muscles (Kirkes)." Neither do we refer the origin of the amatory gyrations of the rooster to impressions produced...
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A Systematic Treatise on the Practice of Medicine

Alvan Edmond Small - Homeopathy - 1886 - 900 pages
...voluntary movements, although it belongs to the motor apparatus; but it is the organ for the co-ordimition of the voluntary movements, or for the excitement of the combined action of the muscles; comparative anatomy confirms this view, inasmuch as in each of the four classes of vertebra...
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Hand-book of Physiology

William Morrant Baker - Physiology - 1895 - 884 pages
...were not lost, but merely the faculty of combining the actions of the muscles ; and the endeavours of the animal to maintain its balance were like those...the excitement of the combined action of muscles. muscular actions being those whose cerebella are most developed in proportion to the spinal cord. We...
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The Columbian Cyclopedia ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1897
...it is not the source of voluntary movements, although it belongs to the motor apparatus; but that it is the organ for the co-ordination of the voluntary movements, or for the excitement of the combined and harmonious action of the muscles,. This view is continued by the phenomena observed in certain...
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The New international encyclopaedia, Volume 14

Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1906
...that it was not the source of voluntary movements, although belonging to the motor apparatus; that it is the organ for the coordination of the voluntary movements, or for the excitement of the combined and harmonious action of the muscles. In spite of the above facts, the extent to which muscular, coordination...
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