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Nervous System:)

Nervous System Your body's control center and communication network.
Neurons Specailized cells that recieve and send signals.
Nerves Bundles of tissue that carry signals from one place to another.
Spinal Cord Column of nerve tissues that runs through the backbone.
Central Nervous System The brain and spinal cord.
Peripheral Nervous System The nerves that connect the brain to the spinal cord.
Synapse The point between a neuron that is sending a signal and the neuron or other cell that is recieving.
Neourotransmitters the ends of axons that release chemicals.
Sensory Nerves The nerves that carry the signals from the sense organs tward the CNS.
Motor Nreves Nerves that carrysignals from the brain or spinal cord to the muscles and glands.
Brain The main cotrol center for the body.
Cerebrum The largest most complex part of the brain.
Cerebellum Controls balance and posture.
Brain Stem Guides signals coming from the spinal cord to other parts of the brain.
Spinal Nerves Nerves that branch from the spinal cord to the brain and to thetissues of the body.
Reflex A involentary respose.
Created by: Ivey Richards:)