The Spinal Cord and the Peripheral Nervous System

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The Spinal Cord and the Peripheral Nervous System The Spinal Cord 0. The spinal cord is a cable composed of 1. the motor nerves controlling the voluntary muscles and 2. The sensory nerves bringing information in from the skin senses The Sensory Neurons 3. The sensory neurons enter the spinal cord on the back side 4. Through the _____________________________________of each spinal nerve 5. The cell bodies are located mostly in the ______________________________________________________________ 6. The sensor ends are somewhere ________________________________ The Motor Neurons 7. The motor neurons leave through the belly __________________of the spinal cord 8. The motor neurons have cell bodies in the _________________________________________________inside the spinal cord 9. The axons of the motor neurons leave through the ___________________________________________ The Withdrawal Reflex 10. The spinal cord can do some processing of its own. 11. One example is the withdrawal reflex. 12. This is : 13. A pathway that produces a simple, automatic response resulting in the withdrawal of a limb 14. There is a direct sensory-motor connection 15. In the withdrawal reflex, 16. Sensory information from the skin triggers a connection between the sensory neuron and the motor neuron
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17. Using the interneuron between them
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