For the functioning of the reflex arc, two nerve cells are quite enough. Nevertheless, reflex arcs formed by a significantly larger number of neurons are more common. How can this be explained?
In the simplest type of reflexes, the reflex arc includes only two neurons, but in all other reflexes, at least three neurons are involved in the formation of the reflex arc.
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