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central nervous system consists of the brian and spinal cord.
peripheral nervous system consists of millions of nerve cells.
Brain Acts as the command center for the body
Cerebrum The largest part of the brain
Lobes Can also be divided into distinct areas
Cerebellum means "little brain"
Brain Stem Final part of brain
Spinal Cord Main pathway of information connecting brain to the rest of the body
Neurons Nerve cells are called
Sensory Neurons Carry messages to the brain
Motor Neurons Sending Messages fromt he brain and spinal cord to the musclues
Dendrite receives electrical impluse from another neuron
Synase A little gap between each neuron
Created by: imsethparker