Reflex. flow back, withdraw, retreat, wane, recede, decline, flag, diminish, decrease, dwindle, lessen, subside
The hunter's reflex is a physiological condition whereby in cold weather the blood vessels in the forearm allow blood to flow to the hands thus keeping them warm and useful, rather than the normal response which is to withdraw blood from the extremities to protect the core.
This type of reflex never in fact reaches the brain. The reflex arc begins with the perception of temperature, moves to the peripheral spinal chord, and is immediately sent back into a muscular contraction to move the hand away.
It is a stretch reflex in your knees.
Reflex arc is the path for reflex action.
A reflex action is an automatic instinctive unlearned reaction to a stimulus. It does not involve cognitive processes.The typical example would be that if you were to place your hand onto something hot, you body would withdraw you hand automatically before you realized what you had done (it would still hurt but you hand would be off the heat)A reflex action is an instantaneous movement in response to a stimulus.
The salivary reflex is a type of autonomic reflex. This is a reflex that occurs automatically and unconsciously by the brain.
Reflex arc is the path of reflex action. Reflex Action is action it self
No, a somatic reflex are the reflexes of the skeletal muscle movements. The gag reflex is considered to be an autonomic reflex.
No, its a stretch reflex.