Give Reason: We move our feet away when we step on a pointed stone. Give reason.
 

Asked by janish75 | 24th Jul, 2018, 08:02: PM

Expert Answer:

We move our feet away when we step on a pointed stone due to automatic reflex action. A sensory (pain) neuron carries an impulse to an interneuron in the spinal cord. The interneuron synapses with motor neurons (sends signals to the brain) which pull foot away from the pointed stone. 

Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 25th Jul, 2018, 09:25: AM