Human head and neck Central nervous system

The nervous system consists of theThe nervous system consists of the
The nervous system monitors and coordinates internal organ function and responds to changes in the external environment. This system can be divided into two parts: the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. Central nervous system
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Bio2305 The Central Nervous System Functions Sensory inputBio2305 The Central Nervous System Functions Sensory input
Nerve a bundle of many nerve fibers along the same path in the pns surrounded by a connective tissue layer. Central nervous system
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Nervous system worksheetNervous system worksheet
Color/highlight the peripheral nerves with a light color. Then highlight the central nervous system with a different color. Central nervous system
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Psych 7 Mascolo Course Notes – Neuroanatomy – Richard Mascolo, Ph. D. Chapter 3 The Nervous SystemPsych 7 Mascolo Course Notes – Neuroanatomy – Richard Mascolo, Ph. D. Chapter 3 The Nervous System
Some pns neurons bring information to the cns, others take information away from the cns. Central nervous system
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35-2 The Nervous System controls and coordinates body functions35-2 The Nervous System controls and coordinates body functions
After the sodium ions enter, the potassium ions leave. This reversal of charges across the membrane is the impulse, or action potential. Once started, the action potential travels quickly down the neuron’s axon. Central nervous system
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Central Nervous System (functional regions) central nervous system aka cns is composed of the brain & spinal cordCentral Nervous System (functional regions) central nervous system aka cns is composed of the brain & spinal cord
What are the made of? Both are composed of white matter and gray matter. White matter is collections of myelinated axons. Gray matter is collections of unmeylinated axons an neuron cell bodies. Some general cns terms. Central nervous system
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The Nervous System OrganizationThe Nervous System Organization
Peripheral Nervous System (pns) = All the nerve fibers and nerve cells located outside the central nervous system; the bundles of afferent and efferent nerve fibers and their associated ganglia which make up 1) the Cranial Nerves. Central nervous system
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[ note: The following is an unpublished summary about nervous system design and function in the blackworm[ note: The following is an unpublished summary about nervous system design and function in the blackworm
Note: The following is an unpublished summary about nervous system design and function in the blackworm. Central nervous system
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The Nervous SystemThe Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System (pns) – consists of all nerves and ganglia that lie outside the cns. Central nervous system
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Revision Notes Dafydd KeyseRevision Notes Dafydd Keyse
The following revision notes are not to be used as a substitute for the lecture handouts or a good Central Nervous System textbook such as those recommended by your lecturers. Central nervous system
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Physiology Lecture Outline: Central and Peripheral Nervous SystemsPhysiology Lecture Outline: Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems
The nervous system is anatomically divided into two parts, the Central Nervous System (the brain and the spinal cord) and the Peripheral Nervous System. Central nervous system
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The nervous systemThe nervous system
Neurons. The cell processes information from the sensory nerves and initiates an action within milliseconds. These impulses can travel at up to 250 miles per hour. Central nervous system
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