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Nervous System

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What is the function of the Nervous system? Responds to information and received in less than a second
Which organs are included in the Nervous System? It includes the Brain and Spinal Cord, and Nerves
How does the Nervous System and the Digestive System work together? The Brain controls when the digestion takes place.
How does the dthe Nervous System work with the Endocrine System? Process into your internal and external environment.
What is Homeostasis? How the Nervous System maintains its balance.
When you touch something hot your nerves send signals to your________ to pull away. Muscles
You sense organs include.... Eyes, Ears, Noes, and Mouth.
What protencts your Brain and Spinal Cord? Your Bones.
Your Peripheral Nervous System includes... The Skeletan System.
Where does information enter the Nervous System? Nerouns
What is a Stimulus? Anything that causes a reaction in an organism.
Whats is a response? An organisms reaction to something.
What is a reaction time? The measure of how quickly you can respondto a given stimulus
What is an Internal Reponse? A stimulus thst comes frominside the body
What is an example of an internal stumulus? Hunger, Thirst, Breathing, Shedding skin, Growth.
What is an External Stimulus? A stimulus that comes from outside the body.
What is an example of an External Stimulus? Light, Dark, Sounds,, Respond to Prey, Respond to Preditors, Sesonal Changes, Communication.
Created by: victoriafernan