The sensory neuron enters the spinal cord through:
1. The dorsal root of the spinal nerve
2. The ventral root of the spinal nerve
3. Either dorsal or ventral root depending on the point of origin
4. Both dorsal and ventral roots of the spinal nerves
Destruction of the anterior horn cells of the spinal cord would result in loss of
(1) sensory impulses
(2) voluntary motor impulses
(3) commissural impulses
(4) integrating impulses
One common example of simplex reflex is
(1) tying your shoe laces while talking to another person and not looking at them
(2) watering of mouth at the sight of a favourite food
(3) climbing up a stairs in dark without stumbling
(4) closing of eyes when strong light is flashed across them.
Assertion : All motor neurons are efferent neurons.
Reason : Motor neurons conduct nerve impulses from the spinal cord to the brain.
Reflex action does not involve
(1) Conscious thought
(3) Involuntary response
(4) Both B and C