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Printed in Great Britain THREE PARALLEL CONDUCTING SYSTEMS IN THE STALK OF A HYDROID

By K. Josephson

Abstract

The concept of a single conducting system in coelenterates, represented by 'the nerve net', is being replaced by the realization that there are often multiple conducting systems co-existing in the same tissue. Romanes, in 1877, demonstrated two kinds of conduction in the bell of the jellyfish Aurelia which were distinguished by havin

Year: 1964
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