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Cubangbang #129291

Cubangbang's 6thB Ch.14 Nervous System Stack #129291

1. The brain acts as the command center of the body. P 326
2. The central nervous system consists of the brain and the spinal cord. P 326
3. The largest part of he brain is the cerebrum, which means ‘brain’. P 327
4. The cerebrum can also be dived up into distinct areas called lobes. P 327
5. The next part of the brain is the cerebellum, which means ‘little brain’. P 328
6. The final part of the brain is the brain stem. P 328
7. The spinal cord is the main pathway for information to travel and is connect to the brain. P 329
8. Between each neuron is a little gap called a Synapse? P 331
9. Long term memory can store information for months or a year or a whole lifetime P 342.
10.the endocrine system uses chemical messengers called hormones. P 346
11.The hypothalamus is a group of special cells near the base of the brain. P 346
12.Each hormone can affect only a specific group of cells, known as target cells.
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