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3D GRIDBUILDING - SCIENCE - BIOLOGY

NERVOUS SYSTEM

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The nervous system is the organ system responsible for collecting sensory information and then processing and transmitting this information around the body via electrical signals (nerve impulses) in order to co-ordinate an appropriate response.


The nervous system in higher animals consists of three parts.


The central nervous system, which is the brain plus the spinal cord, receives and analyses sensory information.


The peripheral nervous system carries information from the central nervous system to and from other body tissues and systems.


The autonomic nervous system (part of the peripheral nervous system) is responsible for control of the vital organs, such as the heart, and it works entirely involuntarily.


All cells in the nervous system are one of two types: neurones or glial cells.



Anne Evans



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