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mechanism), tendon reflex (meaning, components, mechanism), flexor & crossed extensor reflexes (meaning,.

. They function to maintain the homeostasis (autonomic reflexes), which include breathing, blood pressure.

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They function to maintain the homeostasis (autonomic reflexes), which include breathing, blood pressure.

3) Motor neurons that innervate extensor muscles on. Somatic and Autonomic Reflexes 3. Reflex arcs that contain only two neurons, a sensory and a motor neuron, are considered.

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. 3) Motor neurons that innervate extensor muscles on. sympathetic system and parasympathetic system.

What is a crossed reflex? The crossed extensor reflex is a contralateral reflex that allows the body to compensate on one side for a stimulus on the other. What are somatic reflexes? There are 5 somatic reflexes, stretch (spinal), crossed extensor (spinal), superficial cord (spinal), corneal (cranial), and gag (cranial).

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gag reflex i. Crossed extensor reflex: ipsilateral flexor (withdrawal) reflex and a contralateral extensor reflex.

Use the key terms to complete the statements given below. stimulus.

The crossed extensor reflex is contralateral, meaning the reflex occurs on the opposite side of the body from the stimulus.
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Anatomy and Physiology questions and answers.

Reflexes classifies as autonomic reflexes are.

abdominal reflex and plantar reflex.

The simple stretch reflexes are. . .

Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like _______________ contains nucleus and organelles and acts as a metabolic centre for the cell, ___________ are short branched projections that carry signals toward the cell body, the ______ is a single elongated tube like extension of the neuron that carries the nerve impulse or action. Name two cord-mediated reflexes. As mentioned, reflexes can either be visceral or somatic. Crossed extensor reflex: ipsilateral flexor (withdrawal) reflex and a contralateral extensor reflex. . The flexor (withdrawal).

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. patellar reflex b.

mediated through the autonomic nervous system and activate smooth muslce, cardiac muscle, and the glands of the body.

afferent neuron (sensory neuron) 4.

Describe the protective each.

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Reflex arcs have five essential components: 1.