Ritter-Rollet phenomenon

Rit·ter-Rol·let phe·nom·e·non

(rit'ĕr rol'ĕt),
on equal electrical stimulation of motor nerve trunks, the flexor and abductor muscle groups react more readily than the extensors and adductors.

Ritter,

Johann W., German physicist, 1776-1810.
Ritter law - a nerve is stimulated at both the opening and the closing of an electrical current.
Ritter opening tetanus - the contraction that occasionally occurs when a strong current passing through a long stretch of nerve is suddenly interrupted.
Ritter-Rollet phenomenon - on equal electrical stimulation of motor nerve trunks, the flexor and abductor muscle groups react more readily than the extensors and adductors.

Rollet,

Alexander, Austrian physiologist, 1834-1903.
Ritter-Rollet phenomenon - see under Ritter, Johann W
Rollet stroma - the colorless stroma of the red blood cells.