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Nervous system

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What organs are in the nervous system Brain, spinal cord, and nerves.
Function of the nervous system Send electrical impulses/messages form the brain to the body.
What are neuron Nerve cells/chemical messengers that send electrical impulses from the brain to the body.
What is a myelin a mixture of proteins and phospholipids forming a whitish insulating sheath around many nerve fibers, increasing the speed at which impulses are conducted.
What are sensory receptors sensory nerve ending that responds to a stimulus in the internal or external environment of an organism.
What are motor receptors. Somatic motor neurons are the alpha efferent neurons, beta efferent neurons, and gamma efferent neurons.
Created by: Sahlan1985