delta rhythm


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delta rhythm

[′del·tə ‚rith·əm]
(physiology)
An electric current generated in slow waves with frequencies of 0.5-3 per second from the forward portion of the brain of normal subjects when asleep.
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The delta rhythm contributed the most, but all EEG rhythms and MRCP components contained discriminative information regarding different levels of force and speed and about the type of hand grasp.
The IR24 and IR90 groups showed a significant reduction in the mean power for the delta rhythms relative to the control group.

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