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3.2.7 Motor, the subsystem which moves the organism or parts of it in relation to
part or all of its environment or moves components of its environment in relation
to one another. 184.108.40.206 Structure The endoplasm of slime molds is a component
Simple conditioning and conditioned avoidance responses definitely can occur in
decorticate laboratory animals, but trial-and-error learning requires the cortex.
180 In higher primates, including man, fine motor control depends upon the ...
Alpha motor neurons in the ventral-horn motor nuclei of the spinal cord, for
example, receive information inputs from internal transducers in the muscles
which they innervate (see pages 375 and 376), from tendons and joints, from the
skin of ...
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TABLE 11 The 19 Critical Subsystems of a Living System
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