Medical Dictionary

all-or-none law


all–or–none law

noun

Definition of ALL-OR-NONE LAW

:  a principle in physiology: in any single nerve or muscle fiber the response to a stimulus above threshold level is maximal and independent of the intensity of the stimulus
March 01, 2015
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