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" This orientation is produced, according to this tropism theory, by the direct action of the stimulating agent on the motor organs of that side of the body on which it impinges. A stimulus striking one side of the body causes the motor organs of that side... "
Behavior of the Lower Organisms - Página 266
por Herbert Spencer Jennings - 1906 - 366 páginas
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Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication, Tema 16

1904
...reaction to the electric current, are the phenomena to be explained on the view that the result is due to the direct action of the stimulating agent on the motor organs of the part of the body on which it impinges. In the reactions to mechanical stimuli and to light, and...
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Contributions from the Biological Laboratory: Formerly Anatomical ..., Volumen6

1909
...reaction is said to be positive or negative, according as the organism moves toward or from the light. "This orientation is produced, according to this tropism...occasion for further turning and the animal is oriented" (JENNINGS 19063, p. 266). This is also brought out by HOLT and LEE (1901, p. 479), "The light operates,...
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Studies from the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, Volumen20

1915
...worked mainly on 388 the tropisms of animals with eyes, ever thought that "orientation is produced by the direct action of the stimulating agent on the...organs of that side of the body on which it impinges" ('06, p. 266). Loeb certainly never thought anything of the kind, and has never written anything of...
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The Journal of Comparative Neurology and Psychology, Volumen18

1908
...reaction is said to be positive or negative, according as the organism moves toward or from the light. "This orientation is produced, according to this tropism...occasion for further turning and the animal is oriented" (JENNINGS 19063, p. 266). This is also brought out by HOLT and LEE (1901, p. 479), "The light operates,...
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Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory, Volumen11

1905
...reaction to the electric current, are the phenomena to be explained on the view that the result is due to the direct action of the stimulating agent on the motor organs of the part of the body on which it impinges. In the reactions to mechanical stimuli and to light, and...
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