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  • Sherrington — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Charles Scott Sherrington (1857 1952), britischer Neurophysiologe David Sherrington, britischer Physiker David C. Sherrington, britischer Chemiker, FRS Diese Seite ist eine Begr …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • SHERRINGTON (C. S.) — SHERRINGTON sir CHARLES SCOTT (1857 1952) L’un des fondateurs de l’école neurophysiologique anglaise. Né à Londres, Sherrington poursuit à Ipswich des études surtout littéraires d’où il gardera un goût très vif pour les arts et la poésie. Il… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Sherrington — is a village and parish in the County of Wiltshire, in the south west of England.LocationThe village lies in the Wylye Valley, near Codford and Salisbury Plain. Its closest towns are Warminster in Wiltshire and the city of Salisbury.FeaturesNear… …   Wikipedia

  • Sherrington —   [ ʃerɪȖtən], Charles Scott, britischer Neurophysiologe, * London 27. 11. 1857, ✝ Eastbourne 4. 3. 1952; Schüler von M. Foster, R. Virchow und R. Koch; war Professor an den Universitäten von London (1891 95), Liverpool (1895 1913) und Oxford… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Sherrington — Sherrington, sir Charles Scott …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Sherrington — (sir Charles Scott) (1857 1952) physiologiste anglais; pionnier de la neurologie moderne. P. Nobel 1932 …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Sherrington — This interesting surname is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is a locational name from a place in Buckinghamshire called Sherington. The placename is recorded as Serintone in the Domesday Book of 1086 and as Schirincton in the 1172 Pipe Rolls of the… …   Surnames reference

  • Sherrington — noun English physiologist who conducted research on reflex action (1857 1952) • Syn: ↑Sir Charles Scott Sherrington • Instance Hypernyms: ↑physiologist …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sherrington's law of reciprocal innervation — Sherrington s law of reciprocal innervation, also called Sherrington s law II explains how a muscle will relax when its opposite muscle (e.g., bicep/tricep) is activated. René Descartes had hypothesized as much in 1626. Fact|date=May 2008ee… …   Wikipedia

  • Sherrington , Sir Charles Scott — (1857–1952) British physiologist Sherrington, a Londoner by birth, was educated at Cambridge University and St. Thomas s Hospital, London, gaining his BA in natural science in 1883 and his MB in 1885. He then traveled to Europe to study under… …   Scientists

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