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I suggest that there should be a separate Proprioception topic with subtopics: Muscle Spindles, Golgi Tendon Organs. This would provide a better format through witch one could explain the facilitory role of muscle spindles (type I and IIa intrafusal fibers) and the inhibitory role of golgi tendon organs.
The word proprioception isn't even used in this article. Maybe it should.--Drewlew (talk) 18:14, 17 March 2008 (UTC)
Hey Arcadian. Nice addition of the template. On the splitting of this into fibre types do you think there is enough information to warrant two articles? At the moment all the articles are left at stub length so I am concerned about splitting them. |→ Spaully₪† 08:18, 6 May 2007 (GMT)