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Question 4 5 pts Motor reflexes: Which of the parts of the motor control system are responsible for the described reflexes? Loca

Question 4
5 pts
Motor reflexes: Which of the parts of the motor control system are responsible for the described
reflexes?
Local reflex which maintains the originally
planned stretch of a muscle
Choose
Local reflex which maintains the originally
planned force on a muscle
Choose
Choose1
Upper motor reflex which makes us
automatically follow a moving scene with our
eyes
[Choose
Upper motor reflex which elicits automatic
hesd movements to stabilize our head
position in space
Upper eye motor reflex which keeps our eye
(Choose
focused on a stationary target, while we
Vestibulo spinal reflex
move around
Golgi tendon organ reflex
Reflex involving pain receptors
Vestibulo cervical reflex
Reflex involving the muscle spindle
Question 5
10 pts
Optokinetic reflex
Vestibulo ocular reflex
The spinal cord is nicely organized. Use your knowledge about this organization to identify where to
find the described descending or ascending tracts and local motor control neurons.
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Question 4 5 pts Motor reflexes: Which of the parts of the motor control system are responsible for the described reflexes? Local reflex which maintains the originally planned stretch of a muscle Choose Local reflex which maintains the originally planned force on a muscle Choose Choose1 Upper motor reflex which makes us automatically follow a moving scene with our eyes [Choose Upper motor reflex which elicits automatic hesd movements to stabilize our head position in space Upper eye motor reflex which keeps our eye (Choose focused on a stationary target, while we Vestibulo spinal reflex move around Golgi tendon organ reflex Reflex involving pain receptors Vestibulo cervical reflex Reflex involving the muscle spindle Question 5 10 pts Optokinetic reflex Vestibulo ocular reflex The spinal cord is nicely organized. Use your knowledge about this organization to identify where to find the described descending or ascending tracts and local motor control neurons. D

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