Golgi tendon organ

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Golgi tendon organ

[′gȯl·jē ′ten·dən ‚ȯr·gən]
(physiology)
Any of the kinesthetic receptors situated near the junction of muscle fibers and a tendon which act as muscle-tension recorders.
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In US larval extracts, there were 5 trypsin-like activities, P1 and P3 to P6, whereas the GTO extracts lacked the P1 and P5 activities, and the USX extracts lacked the P6 activity (Fig.
The car sold from the Maranello Rosso Collection and stamped with chassis number '3851 GT' was the 19th 250 GTO Berlinetta made by Ferrari and completed on Sept.
Baccharis conferta Kunth GTO, MICH, QRO; 5, 6, 7, 12, 16, 19, 20
Radio presenter Chris Evans is understood to have recently sold his Series II Ferrari 250 GTO for around pounds 18million - a pounds 6.
0-litre five-speed 250 GTO, built by Ferrari to compete at Le Mans.
Completed in 1993, the chassis was shipped to Italy where it was shortened and converted to GTO specification, before a hand-made aluminiumbodywas sculpted, and subsequently returned to the UK for fitting by Ferrari experts.
FerMas has so far received one order for the 599 GTO model of Ferrari in Turkey in spring.
There was just one problem: White Wizzard's new mini-album, High Speed GTO, featured the old lineup but was being released well after Leon had assembled a new one.
Come on and turn it on, wind it up, blow it out GTO.
But that's easier said than done in the case of the Astro-Physics Mach1 GTO German equatorial mount.
The SGTO and its novel thinPak package feature a 10x reduction in system size and weight compared to standard GTO systems.
The GTO serves a protective function by responding only to muscle tension at the extreme end-range of motion; 2.