W. H. Gaskell
(1 Nov 1847 - 7 Sep 1914)
Science Quotes by W. H. Gaskell (1 quote)
The inhibitory nerves are of as fundamental importance in the economy of the body as the motor nerves. No evidence exists that the same nerve fibre is sometimes capable of acting as a motor nerve, sometimes as a nerve of inhibition, but on the contrary the latter nerves form a separate and complete nervous system subject to as definite anatomical and histological laws as the former.
— W. H. Gaskell
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