Du Bois–Reymond's law
Du Bois–Reymond principle
Definition of Du Bois–Reymond's law
: a statement in physiology: a nerve is stimulated only by a change in electric current and not by a steady flow of electricity
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Origin and Etymology of du bois–reymond's law
after Emil du Bois-Reymond †1896 German physiologist
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