innervation ratio

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A number indicating the density of innervation (1) of a specified muscle by motor neurons, especially the average number of muscle fibres contacted by each motor neuron (the total number of muscle fibres contacted divided by the number of motor neurons), a low ratio being indicative of a lack of precise control, and a high ratio, greater precision of control.

Subjects: Psychology.

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