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FIGURE 2.3-5 (A) Spindle type Ia afferent instantaneous frequency in response to extrafusal muscle length change (stretch) with and without open-loop, yd motor stimulation. (B) Spindle type II afferent instantaneous frequency in response to extrafusal muscle length change (stretch) with and without open-loop, yd motor stimulation.

FIGURE 2.3-5 (A) Spindle type Ia afferent instantaneous frequency in response to extrafusal muscle length change (stretch) with and without open-loop, yd motor stimulation. (B) Spindle type II afferent instantaneous frequency in response to extrafusal muscle length change (stretch) with and without open-loop, yd motor stimulation.

spindles receive separate y fusimotor innervation and thus their sensitivities can be modulated by the CNS independently of the a motor signals.

It is interesting to examine the behavior of a theoretical mechanical model for an intrafusal muscle fiber, such as the static nuclear bag fiber. The two series polar regions of the fiber can be represented by a single polar region muscle model consisting of a force source in parallel with a linear constant internal viscosity D (a r (instantaneous frequency) 100 pps A^VA

Primary ending (la) response with ys stimulation.

Primary ending (la) response

Primary ending (la) response with ys stimulation.

Primary ending (la) response r (instantaneous frequency) 100 pps A^VA

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