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i know this is a silly little question but i wrote spinal chord but so many people wrote effector in the bio mocks. Help!
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i know this is a silly little question but i wrote spinal chord but so many people wrote effector in the bio mocks. Help!
I would say spinal cord is the correct answer. The effector organ carries out the response, but it is the role of the spinal cord to actually coordinate it.
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I would say spinal cord is the correct answer. The effector organ carries out the response, but it is the role of the spinal cord to actually coordinate it.
yeah i thought of it that way too..thanks for the help
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I would say spinal cord is the correct answer. The effector organ carries out the response, but it is the role of the spinal cord to actually coordinate it.
is the spinal cord an organ??
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is the spinal cord an organ??
yeah its made up of nerve tissue
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Its the spinal cord.Correct answer :yes:.
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is the spinal cord an organ??
Debatable.

Wiki definition of organ: "In biology, an organ or viscus is a collection of tissues joined in a structural unit to serve a common function."

Is the spinal cord a collection of tissues joined in a structural unit? Yes - neuronal tissue is the parenchyma and connective tissues and meninges could be thought of as stroma.

Common function? Yes, although you could say it's just a bundle of nerves that carry information, there are interconnections within the spinal cord that facilitate functions independent of higher structures in the brain.
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Debatable.

Wiki definition of organ: "In biology, an organ or viscus is a collection of tissues joined in a structural unit to serve a common function."

Is the spinal cord a collection of tissues joined in a structural unit? Yes - neuronal tissue is the parenchyma and connective tissues and meninges could be thought of as stroma.

Common function? Yes, although you could say it's just a bundle of nerves that carry information, there are interconnections within the spinal cord that facilitate functions independent of higher structures in the brain.
spec says its an organ..i'll go with that
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Its the spinal cord.Correct answer :yes:.
thanks:^_^:
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ur mates r wrong
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