Where are the centers of nervous regulation of urination in the human body? How is the nervous regulation of this process carried out?

1) the center of unconditioned reflex regulation is located in the spinal cord
2) the center of conditioned reflex regulation is located in the cortex of the cerebral hemispheres
3) when the bladder fills, the receptors send impulses to the center of unconditioned urination, which provides a reflex contraction of the bladder walls
4) the higher cerebral centers in the cerebral cortex regulate urine flow, delaying or intensifying it

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