Specialized neurons in the brain respond to changes in blood osmolarity (solute concentration). When blood osmolarity strays outside the homeostatic

Specialized neurons in the brain respond to changes in blood osmolarity (solute concentration). When blood osmolarity strays outside the homeostatic range, these neurons release a neurotransmitter that stimulates neurons of the posterior pituitary, which respond by releasing a different chemical into the blood that will travel via the circulatory system to the kidneys.
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How would you classify this type of simple reflex?

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