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During a knee-jerk reflex the nerve impulse is received by the A. thalamus. B. brain. C. spinal cord. D. spinal cord then the brain.
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The body of a mushroom is made up of slender filaments, collectively known as mycelium. The individual filaments, or hyphae, penetrate the substrate, which may be soil, wood, bodies of other plants, or wastes such as dung, fallen leaves, twigs, and so on.
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