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Neuro cerebellar cordination mechanism?

Purkinje are the only neuron to leave the cerebellum, which are inhibitory, from where we get excitatory impulse for smoothning of movement? or coordination is done only by using inhibitory impulses?

If yes than how?
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Cerebellum gets that input(excitatory) from Cotex & also from spinal cord spinocerebellar tract that act as proprioceptive.......
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Cerebellum gets that input(excitatory) from Cotex & also from spinal cord spinocerebellar tract that act as proprioceptive.......
yes but the one leaving to both these places is only inhibitory??
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