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SPINAL CORD – Simple and Conditioned Reflex Actions

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SPINAL CORD – SIMPLE AND CONDITIONED REFLEX ACTIONS

 

The spinal cord is located within the vertebral column and consist of the following: The grey matter forms the central part of the spinal cord. It consists of nerve¬cell bodies and intermediate nerve fibres. The white matter of the spinal cord carries sensory nerve fibers while the ventral root carries motor nerve fibers.

Simple and Conditioned Reflex Actions

Simple Reflex Action

 

A reflex action follows the following sequence:

 

Examples of reflex action include:

 

Conditioned Reflexes

 

See also:

FUNCTIONS OF MAJOR PARTS OF THE HUMAN BRAIN

NERVOUS SYSTEM

PRODUCTION OF AUXINS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON PLANT GROWTH

RECEPTION, RESPONSE AND CO-ORDINATION IN PLANTS

BIOLOGY PRACTICAL ACTIVITIES

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