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Effects of Functional Activity in Striated Muscle and the Submaxillary Gland
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences
The present paper records an attempt to investigate certain metabolic phases of muscular and glandular activity, and their relationship to the secondary changes which result in the muscle and the gland. By the terms " muscle " and " gland " we mean, not the muscle fibre and the gland cell, but the complex of tissues, contractile, vascular, lymphatic, etc., which form a muscle in the gross sense of the word, and the corresponding structures which form a gland. Either muscular contraction ordoi:10.1098/rstb.1916.0004 fatcat:6fujnq6pb5hwjjxbdmcyax237m