i just took the test and the answer was the sensory neurons, the interneurons, and the motor neurons
Option C, the sensory neurons, the interneurons, and the motor neurons
When anyone touches any hot object, a series of processes starts with in the body which messages the affected part of the body to quickly respond and keep itself away from that hot object.
These series of processes is collectively termed as reflex arc. This arc start from the point where the hot sensations are received (let’s say a hand) and ends at the point where the hand receives a message to remove itself away from the hot object.
The sensory nerves in the sensory organ i.e skin , sends signals to the inter neurons of the spinal nerves which process the received information and again send a message via motor neuron to the sensory organ to snatch itself away from the hot object.
This process involves interaction between sensory nerve – inter neurons (in the spinal cord) and the motor neurons. Thus option C is correct.
The correct answer is -the sensory neurons, the inter-neurons, and the motor neurons
On touching hot object, the sensory neurons of the sensory organ such as finger picks up signals and then send the signals the spinal cord where inter-neurons are present. On receiving signals the spinal cord immediately sends back signals to the muscle through the motor neuron. The muscles attached to the sense organ move the organ away from the hot object.
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Your answer will be nervous system.
Reason: That's because when someone pinch's your arm and it hurts its your nervous system reacting to the pain which is the reason why we say the terms: "ow" and we try to pull the arm away from its harm. In this case when Brian focus something hot his nervous system reacts and he will say "ow" and pull away so his hand will not get harmed from the heat!
Your answer is nervous system.
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i wish you would have provided choices to simplify it and allow me to give an exact answer.