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    THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 1. What are the central and peripheral nervous systems? What structures are part of each? The central nervous system is made up of two parts, the brain, and the spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system is made up of two parts as well, the somatic nervous system and the autonomic nervous system. 2. What are Neurons? Describe the key parts of Neurons, including: Dendrites, Myelin, Axons, and Synapse. To keep it simple, a neuron is a nerve cell. Most neurons are very similar to a typical cell, but have a few structures that set it apart. The main part of the cell is known as the soma, or cell body. In the soma is the nucleus, which contains the genetic material known as chromosomes. A neuron has dendrites, and a…

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    The system is what makes up our body, it's the foremost sophisticated of the various systems within the body, and it's conjointly a network of nerve cells and fibres that transmits nerve impulses between components of the body. This essay will explore the structure and functions of the system similarly as well as looking in depth at the neurons and how they communicate The system is split into two components, the central nervous system- which incorporates the brain and also the spinal cord. The…

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    The nervous system is a major system in the body that is the master of control and communication in and throughout the body (Marieb and Hoehn 345) There are two parts of the nervous system, the central nervous system, which consists of the brain and the spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system, which is everything outside of the brain and the spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system deals extensively with sensations of the body and these sensations are sent to the central nervous system…

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    feels all come from the body’s nervous system. The nervous system is the body’s communication center that transmits thoughts and actions from the brain and spinal cord to a body part(s).The nervous system is made up of two parts- the peripheral nervous system and the central nervous system. The peripheral nervous system is a system outside the brain and spinal cord and it connects the central nervous system to the rest of the body. The central nervous system controls the activities of the body,…

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    The nervous system is broken down into two major systems: Central Nervous System and Peripheral Nervous System. We’ll discuss the Central Nervous System first. The Central Nervous System consists of the brain and the spinal cord. The Cerebral Cortex, which is involved in a variety of higher cognitive, emotional, sensory, and motor functions is more developed in humans than any other animal. It is what we see when we picture a human brain, the gray matter with a multitude of folds covering the…

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    The human body is a unique formation that represents how every component, whether it’s a chemical, cell, or organ all have an important role to have a healthy physiological and anatomical system. Dividing into which part of the body they control most, they create the organ systems that are the nervous, respiratory, articulatory, digestive, endocrine, and the cardiovascular system. The neurological, or the nervous, system is our control system that regulates impulses, chemicals, and commands to…

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    Role of the Brain, Nervous System, & Sensory Systems In humans, the nervous system is the area in which the body processes and sends messages. It is a complicated system that gathers sensory information from the entire body, replies to changes in the body, evaluates request information, begins and implements all bodily activity, and preserves “homeostasis” in the body. An organism nervous system is separated into two systems: the “central nervous system (CNS) and the peripheral nervous system…

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    Nervous System Essay

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    I chose to focus on the Nervous System. The Nervous system is made up of the central and peripheral nervous system that are linked with one another to create sensations throughout the body. The Central Nervous system is made up of the brain and spinal cord, while the Peripheral Nervous system consist of nerves that are enclosed in axon that connect the Central system to the rest of the body. Both the brain and the body can transmit signals from to the other, however, the names differ depending…

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    The nervous system is composed of two main parts which are the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. The central nervous system includes the brain and nerve cords like the spinal cord while the peripheral nervous system includes the motor nerves and sensory nerves. There are two main types of support cells in the nervous system which are glial cells and neurons. The neurons' function in the system is to receive and send electrical signals. The glial cells provide insulation…

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    no:16472374 The nervous system and neuron communication The nervous system is a highly complex and broad area of biopsychology. People depend on the nervous system for their survival and safety.This essay will explore the components from which the nervous system is composed and their main functions. This essay will also decipher the mechanisms through which neurons communicate. According to Carlson (2014) the Nervous system is branched into two categories - the central nervous system (CNS)…

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