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nervous system,muscle movement The nervous system controls many activities, including muscle movement
endocrine system hormone& The endocrine system regulates hormone production & secretion
Receptor cellsnasal passagessmells/odors Receptor cells in the nasal passages detect smells/odors
Receptor cellseye light & color Receptor cells in the eye detect light & color
nerve impulse neuron Conduction of a nerve impulse within a single neuron
synapsegap/space A synapse is the gap/space between two neurons
Receptor sitesacetylcholine Receptor sites for acetylcholine are found along the membrane of the postsynaptic neuron
neurotransmitteracetylcholine musclecontract The neurotransmitter acetylcholine causes muscle to contract
Receptors,Neurons&Effectors Receptors, Neurons & Effectors
TransmissionNerve Impulse Transmission of a Nerve Impulse
Nodes of Ranvier Nodes of Ranvier
ciliaparamecium The cilia of a paramecium can be controlled by fibers at their base
Nerve NetHydra Nerve Net System of the Hydra
earthworm ventralnerve cord The earthworm has a double ventral nerve cord
earthwormdorsal brain The earthworm has a dorsal brain
Humansdorsalnerve cord Humans have a dorsal nerve cord
CNS=Central Nervous System (Brain & Spinal Cord) CNS = Central Nervous System (Brain & Spinal Cord)
meninges brain&spinal cord The meninges protect the brain & spinal cord
cerebral cortex gray matter The cerebral cortex contains gray matter
spinal cordreflexes The spinal cord controls many reflexes
Nervous System Organization of the Nervous System
PathwayReflex Arc Pathway of a Reflex Arc
Cerebral palsy motor areasbrain Cerebral palsy is caused by damage to the motor areas of the brain
Meningitisinflammation meninges Meningitis involves inflammation of the meninges
Poliomuscle weakness& paralysismotor neurons Polio can cause muscle weakness & paralysis by destroying motor neurons
Polio Effects of Polio
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