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Which explains why the reflex reaction is important in certain situations? A. Motor neurons cannot form action potentials. B. Interneurons are too slow at sending signals through the spinal
cord. C. Sensory neurons do not use neurotransmitters to send signals. D. The brain has no control over motor neurons.
B. Interneurons are too slow at sending signals through the spinal cord
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