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Reflex Arc & Reflexes Lab Section 1: What is a reflex? Quick answerReflex Arc & Reflexes Lab Section 1: What is a reflex? Quick answer
Quick answer: a quick movement that occurs in response to something before you even realize you are moving. Spindle neuron
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Neurology- study of the nervous systemNeurology- study of the nervous system
Nervous system= central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, autonomic nervous system. Spindle neuron
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Articles & Reviews IntroductionArticles & Reviews Introduction
At the end of this list is a partial index of where one will find information on a range of subjects. Spindle neuron
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Sensory receptors A17 Sensory ReceptorsSensory receptors A17 Sensory Receptors
Sensory receptors transducers that convert various forms of energy in environment into action potentials in neurons. Spindle neuron
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Chapter 32 Neural ControlChapter 32 Neural Control
Retired football players are times more likely to die of neurodegenerative brain damage than the general public. Spindle neuron
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Dendrites- input end of neuron; “the antenna” AxonDendrites- input end of neuron; “the antenna” Axon
Reasons, it uses biggest, fastest neurons in body. Spindle neuron
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The Nervous System Components: Two types of Cells (Nerrons and Neuroglia) Brain, Spine and Peripheral NervesThe Nervous System Components: Two types of Cells (Nerrons and Neuroglia) Brain, Spine and Peripheral Nerves
Sensory (afferent) neuron transmit impulses from sensory receptors toward the cns. Spindle neuron
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The human being as a monad poise, posture and movementThe human being as a monad poise, posture and movement
What are reflexive habits: By reflexive habits, we mean the complex sensori-motor loops that are innate in any living organism that has a (however primitive) nervous and muscular system. Spindle neuron
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Hwang, Lauren Wissmann Anatomy 1 #1012 Extra CreditHwang, Lauren Wissmann Anatomy 1 #1012 Extra Credit
The brain and spinal cord are referred to as the Central Nervous System. Spindle neuron
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The division of each step cycle into stance (extension) and swing (flexion) phases is indicated at the bottom of the figure. During walking, the stance phases of the two legs overlap, with both feet in contact with the ground. Spindle neuron
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