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  1. are nerve cells that run through our entire bodies and communicate with each other; each of us has 100 billion of these, most of which are in the brain
  2. neurons send messages across synapses through the release of this; these are the chemicals that are stored in sacs in the axon terminals
  3. regulates the body's vital functions, such as heartbeat, breathing, digestion, and blood pressure; we generally do not think of these activities
  4. transmits sensory messages to the central nervous system. Its function is to carry messages from voluntary muscles and sense organs
  5. 2 parts: central and peripheral

4 True/False questions

  1. dendritesare nerve cells that run through our entire bodies and communicate with each other; each of us has 100 billion of these, most of which are in the brain

          

  2. spinal cordis a column of nerves about as thick as a thumb that extends from the brain down the back. It's protected by the bones of the spine and transmits messages between the brain and the muscles and glans in the body

          

  3. myelintransmits messages away from the cell body; a neuron usually has only one axon; they vary greatly in length.

          

  4. peripheral nervous systemis made up of nerve cells that send messages between the CNS and other parts of the body

          

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