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111/2 34 D. c. Plate 12 3· 36 D. BARKER: The Morphology of Muscle Receptors Plate 7, Figs. 36-38 Figs. 36-38. Ultrastructure of cat intrafusal muscle fibres. Electron micrographs illustrate transverse sections at juxta-equatorial level of a typical bag fibre (Fig. 36), an intermediate bag fibre (Fig. 37), and a chain fibre (Fig. 38). The myofibrils are cut through at the level of the A band, except for those asterisked in Figs. 37 and 38, which are cut through at the level of the I band. Note differences in size and number of mitochondria, and development of sarcoplasmic reticulum.
40 D. BARKER: The Morphology of Muscle Receptors Plate 13, Figs. 55-57 Fig. 55. Equatorial region of a spindle teased from cat peroneus brevis muscle after impregnation with silver. ) at top right supply the intrafusal bundle with an annulospiral primary ending. ) nearest the bottom of the figure, consisting of half rings and spirals around the bag and more widely spaced and less regular configurations around the myotube regions. Arrow points to terminals distributed from a central rod. Another bag fibre lies on the upper side of the intrafusal bundle, and the chain fibres lie in the middle (c.
The persistence of trail endings for the longest period after nerve section indicates that the thinnest y fibres are included in providing the trail innervation. b) The P Innervation. In its general appearance the PI plate resembles an extrafusal motor end-plate consisting of axon terminals in the form of tapers and, less frequently, knobs or rings, ramifying upon a nucleated sole plate that has a Doyere eminence (Fig. 72a; Plate 19). The plates are often longer than their extrafusal counterparts, probably because of the considerably smaller diameters of intrafusal as compared with extrafusal muscle fibres.