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    Title: The Effect of Visuospatial Resolution on Discharge Variability among Motor Units and Force–Discharge Relation
    Authors: Che, Yi-Ching;Chen, Yi-Ching;Shih, Chia-Li;Shih, Chia-Li;林彥廷;Lin, Yen-Ting;Hw, Ing-Shiou;Hwang, Ing-Shiou
    Contributors: 體育室
    Keywords: Electromyography;isometric contraction;motor unit;visuomotor.
    Date: 2019-09
    Issue Date: 2020-08-20 13:37:41 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: Although force steadiness varies with visuospatial information, accountable motor unit (MU) behaviors are not fully understood. This study investigated the modulation of MU discharges and force-discharge relation due to variations in the spatial resolution of visual feedback, with a particular focus on discharge variability among MUs. Fourteen young adults produced isometric force at 10% of maximal voluntary contraction (MVC) through index abduction, under the conditions of force trajectory displayed with low visual gain (LVG) and high visual gain (HVG). Together with smaller and more complex force fluctuations, HVG resulted in greater variabilities of the mean interspike interval and discharge irregularity among MUs than LVG did. Estimated via smoothening of a cumulative spike train of all MUs, global discharge rate was tuned to visual gain, with a more complex global discharge rate and a lower force-discharge relation in the HVG condition. These higher discharge variabilities were linked to larger variance of the common drive received by MUs for regulation of muscle force with higher visuospatial information. In summary, higher visuospatial information improves force steadiness with more complex force fluctuations, underlying joint effects of low-pass filter property of the musculotendon complex and central modulation of discharge variability among MUs.
    Relation: CHINESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
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