reflex circuit


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reflex circuit

[′rē‚fleks ‚sər·kət]
(electronics)
A circuit in which the signal is amplified twice by the same amplifier tube or tubes, once as an intermediate-frequency signal before detection and once as an audio-frequency signal after detection.
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Although the spinal stretch reflex circuit is monosynaptic, it is subject to the influence of both spinal interneurons and pre-synatpic inhibition.
Changes in the spinal stretch reflex circuit could be a necessary part of motor skill learning for dance.
There are a multitude of reflex circuits, such as the tendon jerk reflex: tapping the knee with a hammer makes the leg straighten.