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Nervous/Endocrine 2

Nervous and Endocrine Systems Part 2

Sand in your eye would scratch your? cornea
Gland that helps you respond to danger? adrenal
Gland that regulates your calcium levels? parathyroid
Short, branched extensions of a nerve cell that RECEIVE info? dendrites
Photoreceptors that detect back and white and dim light? rods
Photoreceptors that detect color? cones
Gland that increases rate you use energy? thyroid
Gland that regulates the immune system? thymus
Motor neurons are a part of which part of the nervous system? peripheral
Part of the nervous system responsible for your digestion? autonomic
Clear, curved part of the eye that focuses light? lens
Three bones of the inner ear? hammer, anvil, stirrup
Why do you need so many dendrites? so you can feel things better
When impulses reach the axon terminal, where do they go? to the dendrites of the next nerve
Created by: jkinard1