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Board: CBSE
Class: 10th Std
Subject: Science
Chapter: 7- Control and Coordination
What happens in Reflex Actions? “Reflex” is a word we use very commonly when we talk about some sudden action in response to something in the environment. We say ‘I jumped out of the way of the bus reflexly’, or ‘I pulled my hand back from the flame reflexly’.
Urmila
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On 10th June 2012, the aircraft AI-9760, with 48 passengers had flown from Kumbhirgram airport in Silchar. But soon after take-off, the Air Traffic Control (ATC) of the Indian Air Force there noticed that something had fallen off the aircraft — it was one of the nose wheels! Even as fear and anxiety gripped inside the plane, the pilot captain Ms. Urmila Yadav and her team did not get agitated in these trying moments and made a safe landing by manipulating the controls of the aircraft, thus safeguarding the lives of all passengers and the crew.

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