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EZ-Anat Ch. 10

Barron's E-Z Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10 review

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The nervous system has two principal divisions called the central nervous system and the: peripheral nervous system
The central nervous system consists of the brain and the: spinal cord
The peripheral nervous system has the sensory receptors located in: sense organs
There are 31 pairs of spinal nerves and 12 pairs of: cranial nerves
Nerve impulses from the central nervous system are transmitted to glands and: muscles
The two divisions of the peripheral nervous system are the somatic division and the: autonomic division
Sensory nerves are also known as: afferent
Motor nerves are also known as: efferent
The first activity in the body's response to a stimulus is called: reception
Created by: alhobonoah