Chapter 11:Topic 4
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Muscle or gland that effects change in body
Carry nerve impulses away from CNS to effector (muscle/gland)
Neuron between sensory neuron and motor neuron
Rapid, automatic response to a stimulus
Nerve pathway, consisting of: sensory receptor, sensory neuron, interneuron, motor neuron, and effector
Neuron that conducts an impulse from a receptor to the CNS
Specialized structure associated with the peripheral end of sensory neuron specific to detecting a particular sensation & triggering an impulse in response
5 Structures of Reflex Arc in Order?
- 1. Sensory Receptor
- 2. Sensory Neuron
- 3. Interneuron
- 4. Motor Neuron
- 5. Effector
3 Basic Type of Skeletal Muscle Reflexes?
- 1. Patellar Reflex
- 2. Withdrawl Reflex
- 3. Crossed Exterior Reflex
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