A Comparative Lexicon of Ugaritic and Canaanite (Alter by Issam K. H. Halayqa

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We hear much of phrases such as integration, co-ordination of input, analysis of sensory patterns and so forth, but the fact is that to date, so far as the spatial framework of the nervous system is concerned, all sensory input flows to interneurons in various patterns of convergence. Apart from a possible synthesis or release of secretions in active nerve cells, there seems to be no reason why any other form of nervous activity need be derived directly from the sensory input. This, at least, is the present position as inferred from experimental results.

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