Definition of Sherrington, Sir Charles Scott in English:

Sherrington, Sir Charles Scott

Syllabification: Sher·ring·ton, Sir Charles Scott
Pronunciation: /ˈSHəriNGtən
 
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( 1857–1952), English physiologist. He contributed greatly to the understanding of the nervous system and introduced the concept of reflex actions and the reflex arc. Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (1932).

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