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Q: How is a reflex nerve impulse different than other nerve impulses?
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What direction does nerve impulse travel?

A nerve impulse can travel toward a nerve cell or away from a nerve cell. Different nerves are specialized to either send or receive impulses.


What is the direction of a nerve impulse along a reflex?

along a reflex


Where do nerve impulses travel?

Nerve impulses travel up through nerves, into the spinal cord and into one of the different lobes of the brain depending on where the impulse comes from. For example, if the impulse comes from your ear, the impulse would travel to the temporal lobe.


What are effectors of a reflex arc?

the nerve pathways followed by an impulse during a reflex.


During a reflex the nerve impulse reaches?

the brain


How does nerve impulse travel to the reflex arc?

20ms


What is the relay station for nerve impulses?

There is no relay station in nerve impulse conduction.


What information do nerve impulses require?

Nerve impulses do not carry information, they only carry impulses. It is the brain and spinal cord that interpret that impulse into information.


Where do impulses travel?

Nerve impulses travel up through nerves, into the spinal cord and into one of the different lobes of the brain depending on where the impulse comes from. For example, if the impulse comes from your ear, the impulse would travel to the temporal lobe.


What is the nerve impulse from your foot to your leg called?

Reflex Arc


What nerve is carrying the afferent and efferent impulses during the patellar reflex?

femoral nerve


What factors effect the speed of nerve impulses?

Whether the nerve fiber is myelinated or unmyelinated effects speed of a nerve impulse. A myelinated nerve impulse is faster. Also the diameter of the nerve fiber effects nerve impulse speed.

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