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Bella Nat 5 Biology

N5 Unit 2 part 2 Nervous System

QuestionAnswer
Name the 3 parts of the brain Cerebrum, Cerebellum, & Medulla
What is the function of the Cerebrum Memory, Personality, Conscious thought, Analysis of sensory information.
What is the function of the Cerebellum Balance Coordination
What is the function of the Medulla Controls Heart rate & Controls Breathing rate
What 3 parts make the Nervous System Brain, Spinal Cord & Peripheral Nerves
What 2 parts make up the Central Nervous System Brain & Spinal Cord
What 2 parts make up the Peripheral Nervous System Sensory Nerves & Motor Nerves
What 3 words do you associate with reflexes? Protective, Unconscious (automatic), Quick
What 3 nerves are involved in a reflex in the correct order Sensory, Relay & Motor
What is the function of a Sensory Nerve Pass nerve impulse form senses to CNS
What is the function of a relay nerve Pass electical impulse of from sensory nerve to motor nerve
What is the function of motor nerve Pass nerve impulse from CNS to effector (muscle or gland)
What is the name for the gap between nerves Synapse
What is the name for the chemical that passes between nerves Neurotrasmitter.
Created by: nscobie