On Wed, 7 Feb 1996, Dong-Sik Park wrote:
> Factors determining conduction velocity are diameter, myelination,
> temperature & Age.
> The larger the diameter, the faster the conduction.
> The relationship between fibe diameter and conduction velocity is
> shown to be 6m/sec/um (micrometer) for relatively large-diameter
> myelinated mammalian nerve fiber.
>IF oscillation/association of neuro impulses is the way information is
carriered in the nervous system then there should be a relationship be the
average gaussian oscillation and velocity of conduction i.e. 6m/sec/um.