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What is the sensory and motor neurones role in transmitting involuntary control of heart rate and ventilation I literally can’t find the answer anywhere
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Well what do you know about how heart rate and ventilation are controlled
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Well what do you know about how heart rate and ventilation are controlled
I haven’t been taught about it so I don’t know much plus that’s not going to help as I need to write about the motor and sensory neurones
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I haven’t been taught about it so I don’t know much plus that’s not going to help as I need to write about the motor and sensory neurones
The answer i was going to say is probably too detailed if you haven't learnt about control of heart rate yet ( i assume you are in year 12).
Maybe write about sensory and motor pathways. So, receptor cells detect a change in the environment (stimulus), this creates an impulse which is then sent to the sensory neurone etc.
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focus on the function of the heart
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(Original post by stephsmhb)
The answer i was going to say is probably too detailed if you haven't learnt about control of heart rate yet ( i assume you are in year 12).
Maybe write about sensory and motor pathways. So, receptor cells detect a change in the environment (stimulus), this creates an impulse which is then sent to the sensory neurone etc.
Okay thankyou this is helpful
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Stop spamming my page and no I can’t because I’ve not done them
Sorry bout that
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