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principle of orderly recruitment


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The principle that motor units are usually activated in a fixed order of recruitment. The motor units within a given muscle appear to be ranked. The same motor units are recruited for a given force production. Units with higher rankings are recruited as the force needed to perform an action increases. Thus, more units are recruited as the force of a muscle action increases.

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