accommodation of nerve

ac·com·mo·da·tion of nerve

the property of a nerve by which it adjusts to a slowly increasing level of stimulus, so that its threshold of excitation is greater than it would be were the stimulus level to have risen more rapidly.

ac·com·mo·da·tion of nerve

(ă-komŏ-dāshŭn nĕrv)
Property of a nerve by which it adjusts to a slowly increasing level of stimulus, so that its threshold of excitation is greater than it would be were the stimulus level to have risen more drastically.