REFLEX

acronym: Remote Fluvial Experimental Series
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reflex

[n] - an automatic instinctive unlearned reaction to a stimulus
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reflex

An automatic, involuntary movement.
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ReFLEX

(In topic `Mobile Internet`) ReFLEX is a protocol developed by Motorola for short data messaging.
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Reflex

An automatic, involuntary response of the body to a trigger, e.g., blinking when an object moves too close to the eye, or moving a hand away from a hot object. It involves a simple pathway of nerve impulses. The brain is not necessarily conscious of the response that has taken place.
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Reflex

an automatic, involuntary response of the nervous system to a stimulus
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Reflex

An automatic response to an outside stimulus. E.g. a tendon reflex is jerking of a muscle produced by striking certain tendons
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Reflex

Reflex: A reaction that is involuntary. The corneal reflex is the blink that occurs with irritation of the eye. The nasal reflex is a sneeze.
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Reflex

A reflex camera is one that utilizes a mirror system to reflect the light, and therefore the image, coming through the lens, to a visible screen. The image seen in the cameras viewfinder then is the same image entering the lens. This system provides the most accurate framing and focusing. Most reflex cameras reveal a high percentage of the image th
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Reflex

Re'flex adjective [ Latin reflexus , past participle of reflectere : confer French réflexe . See Reflect .] 1. Directed back; attended by reflection; retroactive; introspective. « The reflex act of the soul, or the turning of the intellectual eye inwa
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Reflex

Re'flex noun [ Latin reflexus a bending back. See Reflect .] 1. Reflection; the light reflected from an illuminated surface to one in shade. « Yon gray is not the morning's eye, 'Tis but the pale reflex of Cynthia's brow.» Shak. « On the depths o
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Reflex

Re·flex' transitive verb [ Latin reflexus , past participle of reflectere . See Reflect .] 1. To reflect. [ Obsolete] Shak. 2. To bend back; to turn back. J. Gregory.
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reflex

1. <anatomy> Reflected. ... 2. <neurology, physiology> A reflected action or movement, the sum total of any particular involuntary activity. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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reflex

instinctive reflex noun an automatic instinctive unlearned reaction to a stimulus
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reflex

(re´fleks) a reflected action or movement; the sum total of any particular automatic response mediated by the nervous system. A reflex is built into the nervous system and does not need the intervention of conscious thought to take effect. Some reflexes have simple reflex arcs, and others are more complex.
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Reflex

• (n.) Reflection; the light reflected from an illuminated surface to one in shade. • (v. t.) To bend back; to turn back. • (a.) Of, pertaining to, or produced by, stimulus or excitation without the necessary intervention of consciousness. • (a.) Directed back; attended by reflection; retroactive; introspective. • (n.) An i
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reflex

in biology, an action consisting of comparatively simple segments of behaviour that usually occur as direct and immediate responses to particular ... [18 related articles]
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reflex

(L. reflexus) 1; reflected. 2. a reflected action or movement; the sum total of any particular involuntary activity.
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reflex

reflex 1. An automatic instinctive unlearned reaction to a stimulus. 2. Noting or pertaining to an involuntary response to a stimulus, the nerve impulse from a receptor being transmitted inward to a nerve center that in turn transmits it outward to an effector. 3. Occurring in reaction; responsive. 4. Cast back; reflected, as light, color, etc. 5.
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ReFLEX

ReFLEX is a wireless protocol developed by Motorola which is used for two-way paging. The Motorola PageWriter released in 1996 was one of the first devices to use the ReFLEX network protocol. ==Versions== ReFLEX is based on the one-way FLEX protocol and originally came in two variants, ReFLEX25 and ReFLEX50. Later version 2.7 of the ReFLEX protoco
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Reflex

A reflex action, also known as a reflex, is an involuntary and nearly instantaneous movement in response to a stimulus. A true reflex is a behavior which is mediated via the reflex arc; this does not apply to casual uses of the term `reflex`. ==Human reflexes== ===Stretch reflexes=== The stretch reflexes (often called deep tendon reflexes, thoug..
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Reflex

A reflex camera is one that utilizes a mirror system to reflect the light, and therefore the image, coming through the lens, to a visible screen. The image seen in the cameras viewfinder then is the same image entering the lens. This system provides the most accurate framing and focusing. Most reflex cameras reveal a high percentage of the ...
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Reflex

A viewfinding system in a camera where the image you see in the viewfinder is viewed through the same lens that is used to photograph the image on film
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reflex

A muscle contraction or secretion resulting from nerve stimulation by a pathway from a stimulus via the nervous system to the effector organ without the interference of volition. Basic primitive reflexes are stylized responses to stress of protective value to an infant. Stretch or tendon reflexes (e...
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reflex

reflex: see nervous system.
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