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Lower Motor Neuronal Control—Segmental ReflexesLower Motor Neuronal Control—Segmental Reflexes
Discuss the critical components of the myotatic reflex and how they interact to monitor and adjust muscle length. Alpha motor neuron
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Muscle spindle is a proprioceptor located deep within the muscle parallel to the extrafusalMuscle spindle is a proprioceptor located deep within the muscle parallel to the extrafusal
Due to the anatomy of these fibers, the bag fibers are much more compliant and less resistant to being stretched while the chain fibers are much stiffer. Alpha motor neuron
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Critical factsCritical facts
The final common pathway in the motor system is the α motoneuron, whose output is regulated by spinal reflexes, which are, in turn. Alpha motor neuron
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Physiological Psychology 41363Physiological Psychology 41363
F. rem sleep dramatic change in eeg, eyes rapidly dart back and forth, and emg. Alpha motor neuron
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The Motor SystemThe Motor System
The amount of contraction, its force, and the tension and length of the muscle depend on the amount of acetyl choline or amount of action potential frequency. Alpha motor neuron
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Reflex Activity I. Definition and Components of a ReflexReflex Activity I. Definition and Components of a Reflex
A. reflex a rapid,"wired" motor response to a specific stimulus; involuntary, subconscious. Alpha motor neuron
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Bio 132 Name: Spring 2004 Dr. RechsBio 132 Name: Spring 2004 Dr. Rechs
True or False? In the somatosensory system, stretch receptors are only found on the dendrites of mechanoreceptors that signal touch information. Alpha motor neuron
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Spinal Cord Motor ActivitySpinal Cord Motor Activity
Examples of spinal reflexes, involving spinal nerves and the spinal cord, include. Alpha motor neuron
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Anatomy of the motor unitAnatomy of the motor unit
Erik Stålberg, Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, University Hospital, Uppsala Sweden. Alpha motor neuron
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Commentary on slides for lecture 15Commentary on slides for lecture 15
Calcium rushes out of the sr (via voltage gated calcium channels) and causes the myosin and actin filaments to slide past one another and contract. Energy is required for muscle fibers to relax, hence rigor mortis. Alpha motor neuron
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Lecture 23 Spinal Reflexes KrakauerLecture 23 Spinal Reflexes Krakauer
Any type of receptor in the moving body part that can give movement or position information is called a proprioceptor. These include the muscle spindle, the golgi tendon organ (gto), cutaneous receptors, and joint receptors. Alpha motor neuron
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How Knowledge of Neuroanatomy helps a somatic educatorHow Knowledge of Neuroanatomy helps a somatic educator
Knowledge of why they work amplifies ones ability to perform. Knowledge of how somatics works allows one to explain and instruct clients who need more information. Knowledge of how it works allows one to screen clients to determine who you can and. Alpha motor neuron
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