What is the difference between a reflex action and walking?

Answer:

  • Reflex action – A reflex action is an involuntary action that is a rapid and automatic response to stimuli.
  • Walking – Walking is a voluntary action, which requires our thinking and is within our control.

Difference between a reflex action and walking

Differences between a reflex action and walking are tabulated below.

Reflux action Walking
Reflex actions are those actions that take place along with stimuli. Walking is a voluntary action
The spinal cord controls these actions. The brain controls walking.
These actions can be controlled. Walking can be controlled by changing the pace of walking.
These are spontaneous actions. Walking is not spontaneous.

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