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To this normal state of oppositional contraction the name "muscular tonicity" is given.
Similar modification of both under condition of sub-tonicity.
LIFE MOVEMENTS IN PLANTSSIR JAGADIS CHUNDER BOSE
Parallel with opportunities for proper stimuli and response the nervous system must possess good tonicity, or vigor.
THE MIND AND ITS EDUCATIONGEORGE HERBERT BETTS
The interval between the A and D effects is increased with increasing sub-tonicity of the specimen.
The present purpose does not call for a discussion of the subject of muscular tonicity.
The causa mali here was evidently deficient tonicity in the cerebral arteries, or more exactly paresis of their vasa motor nerves.
SLEEP AND ITS DERANGEMENTSWILLIAM A. HAMMOND
The followers of this school forget that there can be no tonicity without tension.
I was next desirous of securing specimens in which I could induce increasing sub-tonicity at will.
LIFE MOVEMENTS IN PLANTSSIR JAGADIS CHUNDER BOSE
The limp, relaxed school cannot secure them, for there is no tone without tonicity and vitality of muscle.
On the other hand, relaxation, while it may remove restraint, makes artistic control and tonicity impossible.

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