Difference between unconditioned & conditioned reflex action, Biology

Difference between unconditioned and conditioned reflex action-

S.NO.

 

1.

UNCONDITIONED

 

It is inborn

CONDITIONED

 

Acquired

2.

It does not require learning

It requires

3.

It is shown without training

With training

4.

It is not lost

It may lost

5.

It does not need additional receptor and cerebral centre.

It needs

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