What are the 3 main function of the nervous system?
What is the SENSORY INPUT?
Receptors within and near body surface
Respond to stimuli
Send nerve impulses to CNS
What is INTEGRATION?
CNS receives, processes, and interprets sensory input
Decides what to do with it.
What is MOTOR OUTPUT?
CNS sends out nerve impulses to effector organs (muscles and glands) in response to sensory input.
What makes up the CNS- Central nervous system?
The BRAIN and SPINAL CORD (2-way communication)
What makes up the PNS Peripheral nervous system?
12 Pairs of Cranial Nerves
31 Pairs of Spinal Nerves
Which direction does the afferent nerves travel? Is it Motor or Sensory?
Afferent travels to CNS
Which direction does the efferent nerves travel, is it Motor or Sensory?
Efferent travels to PNS
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