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A&P nervous system

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Nervous system Processes Collect information using receptors, process information, and initiate response to the effectors.
Central Nervous System (CNS) Processes information. Includes the brain and spinal cord.
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) Transmits information to/from the CNS. Includes nerves and ganglia.
PNS is divided into 2 sections. what are they Sensory division and Motor division
Motor division of the PNS includes Somatic Motor and Autonomic Motor
Sensory division of the PNS includes Somatic sensory and Autonomic Sensory
Somatic Sensory Consciously perceived senses like from your eyes skin or ears.
Somatic Motor Controls voluntary movements like skeletal muscles.
Autonomic Sensory Not consciously perceived senses from internal organs
Autonomic Motor controls involuntary responses like cardiac and smooth muscles and glands.
two types of cells in the nervous system Neurons and Glial
Structural classifications of neurons