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Nervous Sys

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System Directs long term Changes in the activities of organs Endocrine System
System Directs Immediate Responses to stimuli by coordinating the activities of organs Nervous System
System includes all neural Tissue Nervous System
Central Nervous system is located in Spine and Brain
Peripheral Nervous system is All neural tissue outside of the CNS
Brings Sensory Information to the CNS Afferent
Carries Motor commands to muscles and glands. Efferent
Monitors skeletal muscles, Joints, Skin Somatic
Monitors Internal tissue, Smooth Muscle, Cardiac Muscle, Glands Visceral
Nervous System- Makes you go Gas Petal Sympathic
Nervous System- Brake Petal Slows you down Parasythetic
These are responsible for information transfers and processing Neurons
Mylenates the CNS Oligodendrocytes
Mylenates the PNS Schwanns
Matter that Mylenates the Axons for faster travel White Matter
Matter that Unmylenates the Axons for slower travel Gray Matter
Specialized site where the Neuron communicates with cell Synaps
Where Neuron contacts another neuron of effector Synaptic
Relese of neurotransmitters Synaptic Communication
These in the spine send out a excitedory signal Synaps
Out number all others by number and type located in the brain and spine Interneurons
Created by: Shanna07