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sfhb- nerves

spinal cord and nerves

non-conducting "support staff" for nerves NEUROGLIA
Unmyelinated nerve cells found in the middle of the spinal cord GRAY MATTER
myelionated neurons that surround gray matter surrounds gray mattter WHITE MATTER
Word that describes motor neurons commands to the brain EFFERENT
Afferent neurons conduct these SENSORY IMPULSES
functional unit of the nervous system NEURON
the dendtite end of a neuron is the RECEPTOR
pulling up your foor after stepping on a tack is an example of THE REFLEX ARC
Number of spinal nerves 31
Controls smooth muscle, cardial muscle and glands AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
fight or flight response SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
three main plexuses cervical, brachial, lumbar
region of skin controlled by a particular spinal nerve dermnatome
Created by: sfhb