carry nerve impulse from body to brain or spinal cord (sensory)
middle layer of meninges; contains cerebrospinal fluid
neuroglial cell; found between nerve tissues and blood vessels, provide structural support, remove cellular debris, form blood/brain barrier
efferent nerve; cannot be consciously controlled
conducts nerve impulses away from cell body
nervous system containing the brain and spinal cord
liquid found in ventricles of brain, between arachnoid and pia mater
outer most layer of meninges
go from the brain or spinal cord to a muscle or gland (motor)
division of brain for thinking, personality, voluntary movements, intelligence, memory, speech
lie in the brain or spinal cord (association nerve)
charged particles, either negative or positive
membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord
neuroglial cell; found in CNS, support neurons and carry on phagocytosis
lipid-protein substance (white in color)
chemical released from an axon that starts or stops a nerve impulse
division of brain for vision
neuroglial cell; found along nerve fibers, form myelin within brain and spinal cord, found in CNS
division of brain for any sensations
nervous system containing all nerves coming off of the spinal cord
inner layer of meninges
resulting from unequal distribution of ions
simplest nerve pathway; does not go to the brain
efferent nerve; under conscious control
a junction where information is transmitted from one neuron to the next
division of brain for hearing and smell
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