Control of muscle contrition by the spinal cord

Motor efferent neurons carry the signals to the muscle fiber for contraction. Once contracted, tension is developed in the muscle fiber. Sensory afferent neurons, then carries the signals to the spinal cord that prevent further signaling through the efferent neurons. As the signal transmission from efferent neurons stops, muscle contraction also stops. Edited by Ashraf

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