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Biology - central nervous system
Neuron
Central nervous system
Protects brain
Protects brain
Basic unit of the nervous system
Includes brain and spinal cord
Skull
Cerebralspinal fluid (CSF) - lessens impact and prevents brai…
Neuron
Basic unit of the nervous system
Central nervous system
Includes brain and spinal cord
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Biology: Central Nervous System
What does the CNS consist of
What is the central control for the ne…
What is the brain
Where is the brain located
Brain and spinal cord
Brain
Central control for nervous system
In the head
What does the CNS consist of
Brain and spinal cord
What is the central control for the ne…
Brain
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nervous and central nervous system
Two functions of the neuron
What is the CNS made of?
What is the PNS made of?
Purpose of Myelin Sheath
Structural units of the nervous system and to transmit electr…
Astrocytes, microglia, oligodendrocytes, brain and spinal chord
Satellite cells and Schwann cells
Surround and protect nerve fiber core
Two functions of the neuron
Structural units of the nervous system and to transmit electr…
What is the CNS made of?
Astrocytes, microglia, oligodendrocytes, brain and spinal chord
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Central Nervous System
brain
cerebrum
cerebellum
amygdala
brain
cerebrum
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Biology- senses and the central nervous system
The nervous system
Impulses
Neurons
3 types of neurons
- Collects information about the body's external environment…
Messages carried by the nervous system (electrical signals)
The cells that transmit impulses
(According to the direction the impulse travels to)... 1. Sensor…
The nervous system
- Collects information about the body's external environment…
Impulses
Messages carried by the nervous system (electrical signals)
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The Central Nervous System
central nervous system (CNS)
brain
cerebrum
cerebellum
Brain and spinal cord
Control center of the nervous system
Higher level brain functions; controls thoughts, emotions, me…
controls coordination, posture, motor memory, movement, rote…
central nervous system (CNS)
Brain and spinal cord
brain
Control center of the nervous system
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HUMAN BIOLOGY- THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM:
How does your body detect sensory info…
In what ways can you respond to sensor…
How endocrine and nervous systems work…
General- CNS:
- chemoreceptors- stimulated by particular chemicals, present…
- responds by receptors that are part of the nervous system t…
- exert ultimate control over homeostasis as they coordinate…
- nervous system comprises of calls called neurons (nerve cel…
How does your body detect sensory info…
- chemoreceptors- stimulated by particular chemicals, present…
In what ways can you respond to sensor…
- responds by receptors that are part of the nervous system t…
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Biology 30: Central Nervous System
Nerve
CNS
PNS
Brain
Bundle of neurons
Central Nervous System (brain and spinal chord)
The Peripheral system. Connects to the CNS with the rest of t…
-Acts as the main filter... -Prioritize information that are mor…
Nerve
Bundle of neurons
CNS
Central Nervous System (brain and spinal chord)
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The Central Nervous System
central nervous system (CNS)
brain
cerebrum
cerebellum
Brain and spinal cord
Control center of the nervous system
Higher level brain functions; controls thoughts, emotions, me…
controls coordination, posture, motor memory, movement, rote…
central nervous system (CNS)
Brain and spinal cord
brain
Control center of the nervous system
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Biology Chapter 31: The Central Nervous System
The CNS is made up of what?
What is the control point of the centr…
Spinal Cord
Thirty one pairs of spinal nerves brai…
The Brain and Spinal Cord
The Brain
Main communication link between the brain and the rest of the…
Spinal Cord
The CNS is made up of what?
The Brain and Spinal Cord
What is the control point of the centr…
The Brain
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nervous and central nervous system
regions of the brain
Gyri
Sulci
Cerebellum
Brain Bumps
Brain Grooves
Contains most of the brain's neurons, subconscious aspect of…
regions of the brain
Gyri
Brain Bumps
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nervous and central nervous system
Two functions of the neuron
What is the CNS made of?
What is the PNS made of?
Purpose of Myelin Sheath
Structural units of the nervous system and to transmit electr…
Astrocytes, microglia, oligodendrocytes, brain and spinal chord
Satellite cells and Schwann cells
Surround and protect nerve fiber core
Two functions of the neuron
Structural units of the nervous system and to transmit electr…
What is the CNS made of?
Astrocytes, microglia, oligodendrocytes, brain and spinal chord
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Biology Practical- The Central Nervous System: The Brain
Cerebellum
Cerebrum
Gyri
Sulci
Receives sensory inputs that help the body to maintain balanc…
Multiple functions, including conscious thought and movement,…
Folds up
Folds down
Cerebellum
Receives sensory inputs that help the body to maintain balanc…
Cerebrum
Multiple functions, including conscious thought and movement,…
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Central Nervous System (CNS)
Development of Nervous System
3 Phases of Neural development
Guiding Axonal Growth
Embryonic Development Week 1
Originates from neural tube and neural crest ... CNS from neural…
Proliferation of neuroblasts ... Migration ... Differentiation of n…
Scaffold of glial (guidance cells) fibers and ECM ... Attractant…
Fertilization ... Movement of Uterus ... Implantation... Blastocyst fo…
Development of Nervous System
Originates from neural tube and neural crest ... CNS from neural…
3 Phases of Neural development
Proliferation of neuroblasts ... Migration ... Differentiation of n…
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Central Nervous System
Function of CNS
Meninges
Cerebrospinal fluid
Left hemisphere (function)
control center of body; relays messages, processes, and analy…
layers of connective tissue that surround the organs
fluid found in between meninges and organ; acts as a shock ab…
logic, language, math
Function of CNS
control center of body; relays messages, processes, and analy…
Meninges
layers of connective tissue that surround the organs
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Central Nervous System
Function of CNS
Meninges
Cerebrospinal fluid
Left hemisphere (function)
control center of body; relays messages, processes, and analy…
layers of connective tissue that surround the organs
fluid found in between meninges and organ; acts as a shock ab…
logic, language, math
Function of CNS
control center of body; relays messages, processes, and analy…
Meninges
layers of connective tissue that surround the organs
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central nervous system
Coverings of the brain and spinal cord
bone
meninges are made up of what
meninges consists of how many layers
bone, meninges, spaces between and meningitis
cranial or skull
connective tissue membranes
3
Coverings of the brain and spinal cord
bone, meninges, spaces between and meningitis
bone
cranial or skull
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Apologia Advanced Biology Module 8 - The Central Nervous System
Brain
Ischemia
Hypoglycemia
Stroke
Only three pounds - 3% of the body's weight. Receives 20% of…
Means lack of blood.
Happens when the glucose level in your blood drops.
Affects the Brain's blood supply.
Brain
Only three pounds - 3% of the body's weight. Receives 20% of…
Ischemia
Means lack of blood.
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Nervous System/Central Nervous System
Graded potential
Action potential
Grey Matter
What does grey matter do?
Short lived (sparks)
Long lived (the fire the Sparks ignited)
Unmyelinated
Slows down the impulse to figure out where the impulse is sup…
Graded potential
Short lived (sparks)
Action potential
Long lived (the fire the Sparks ignited)
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Biology Chapter 29: Central Nervous System
Brain
4 major regions of the brain
Nerve
Spinal Cord
An organ of the central nervous system that integrates and co…
1. Cerebrum... 2. brain stem... 3. Diencephalon: homeostatic functi…
A bundle of specialized cells that transmit information
A bundle of nerve fibers, contained within the bony spinal co…
Brain
An organ of the central nervous system that integrates and co…
4 major regions of the brain
1. Cerebrum... 2. brain stem... 3. Diencephalon: homeostatic functi…
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Central Nervous System
CNS
Brain is protected by the
Spinal Cord is protected by the
The 4 major anatomical regions of the…
brain and spinal cord
skull
vertebral column
cerebrum, diencephalon, brain stem, cerebellum
CNS
brain and spinal cord
Brain is protected by the
skull
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Central Nervous System
Cerebrum
Cerebellum
Brain stem
Pituitary gland
Controls your ability to speak, think and move
Controls coordination and balance
Autonomic functions, such as breathing, digestion and heartbeat
Produces and releases hormones, which regulate the functions…
Cerebrum
Controls your ability to speak, think and move
Cerebellum
Controls coordination and balance
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Biology 11.2: The Central Nervous System
parts of the CNS
types of nerve messages the spinal cor…
layers of the meninges
dorsal and ventral nerve tracts: which…
brain, spinal cord
motor and sensory messages
dura, arachnoid, and pia mater (out er-> inner)
dorsal: sensory info to SPINAL cord... ventral: MOTOR info from…
parts of the CNS
brain, spinal cord
types of nerve messages the spinal cor…
motor and sensory messages
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The Central Nervous System
Abducens nerve (bs)
Abducens nerve (sk)
Accessory nerve (bs)
Accessory nerve (sk)
Abducens nerve (bs)
Abducens nerve (sk)
nervous and central nervous system
Two functions of the neuron
What is the CNS made of?
What is the PNS made of?
Purpose of Myelin Sheath
Structural units of the nervous system and to transmit electr…
Astrocytes, microglia, oligodendrocytes, brain and spinal chord
Satellite cells and Schwann cells
Surround and protect nerve fiber core
Two functions of the neuron
Structural units of the nervous system and to transmit electr…
What is the CNS made of?
Astrocytes, microglia, oligodendrocytes, brain and spinal chord
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Nervous System: Central Nervous System
dura mater of spinal cord
vertebral arteries
basilar artery
cerebral arterial circle (circle of Wi…
dura mater of spinal cord
vertebral arteries
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Central Nervous System
What does CNS stand for?
Which part of the brain controls muscl…
Which part of the brain controls your…
Which part of the brain the controls t…
Central Nervous System
Cerebellum
Medulla
Cerebrum
What does CNS stand for?
Central Nervous System
Which part of the brain controls muscl…
Cerebellum
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Central Nervous System and Peripheral Nervous System Biology 30 AP
Grey Matter is...
White Matter
Blood-brain barrier
Spinal Cord
•Unmyelinated
•Myelinated
•Meninges and Cerebrospinal fluid protects the brain... •Selecti…
•White matter on outside... •Grey matter on inside... •Send and rec…
Grey Matter is...
•Unmyelinated
White Matter
•Myelinated
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Nervous System/Central Nervous System
Graded potential
Action potential
Grey Matter
What does grey matter do?
Short lived (sparks)
Long lived (the fire the Sparks ignited)
Unmyelinated
Slows down the impulse to figure out where the impulse is sup…
Graded potential
Short lived (sparks)
Action potential
Long lived (the fire the Sparks ignited)
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Biology of Diseases-Pathology of the Central Nervous System
- Most body functions are monitored an…
CNS is carefully protected?
- Cell body resides in "gray matter" o…
Glial Cells Perform various support fu…
"Command and Control" center
- Anatomic—bony skull... - Physiologic—blood-brain barrier (BBB)
Neurons
True
- Most body functions are monitored an…
"Command and Control" center
CNS is carefully protected?
- Anatomic—bony skull... - Physiologic—blood-brain barrier (BBB)
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Biol 2404 Nervous System: Central Nervous System
Cerebrum
Cerebral hemispheres
longitudinal fissure
frontal lobe
Cerebrum
Cerebral hemispheres
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Nervous (Central Nervous System)
central nervous sytem
4 regions of brain
the brain stem (3 parts)
white matter
the brain and spinal cord
-brain stem... -cerebellum... -diencephalon... -cerebral hemispheres
-midbrain... -pons... -medulla oblongata
-projection fibers... -association fibers... -crossing fibers
central nervous sytem
the brain and spinal cord
4 regions of brain
-brain stem... -cerebellum... -diencephalon... -cerebral hemispheres
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Apologia Advanced Biology Module 8 - The Central Nervous System
Brain
Ischemia
Hypoglycemia
Stroke
Only three pounds - 3% of the body's weight. Receives 20% of…
Means lack of blood.
Happens when the glucose level in your blood drops.
Affects the Brain's blood supply.
Brain
Only three pounds - 3% of the body's weight. Receives 20% of…
Ischemia
Means lack of blood.
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Central Nervous System: Brain
cerebrum
cerebellum
frontal lobe
parietal lobe
cerebrum
cerebellum
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Biology H 31.2 The Central Nervous System
3 areas of the brain
What does the brain do?
What is the spinal cord?
Cerebrum - location and function
cerebrum, cerebellum, brain stem
The brain reacts to the world around it. Different sensory ex…
The spinal cord is a large cluster of neurons that connect th…
The largest part of the brain. Located on top. ... Responsible f…
3 areas of the brain
cerebrum, cerebellum, brain stem
What does the brain do?
The brain reacts to the world around it. Different sensory ex…
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The Central Nervous System
Cerebrum
Corpus Callosum
Frontal Lobe
Parietal Lobe
Responsible for conscious thought, speech, and most behaviors
a broad band of nerve fibers joining the two hemispheres of t…
Responsible for motor control
Involved in somatosensation (interpreting sensations that com…
Cerebrum
Responsible for conscious thought, speech, and most behaviors
Corpus Callosum
a broad band of nerve fibers joining the two hemispheres of t…
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Nervous System: Central Nervous System
dura mater of spinal cord
vertebral arteries
basilar artery
cerebral arterial circle (circle of Wi…
dura mater of spinal cord
vertebral arteries
Biology: Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems key Information
The brain has three parts
Cerebrum
Cerebellum
Spinal cord
Cerebrum, cerebellum, and brain stem
Controls thought, motion, emotion
Controls balance
Controls breathing, heart beat
The brain has three parts
Cerebrum, cerebellum, and brain stem
Cerebrum
Controls thought, motion, emotion
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Central Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Cerebrum
Left Cerebral Hemisphere
Right Cerebral Hemisphere
Functional center of the nervous system. Receives impulses fr…
Largest, most superior part of the brain. Perceives vision, s…
language, math, reason/analyzing
perceives sounds....melodies, art, emotional expression
Central Nervous System
Functional center of the nervous system. Receives impulses fr…
Cerebrum
Largest, most superior part of the brain. Perceives vision, s…
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central nervous system
epidural space
Dura mater
Subdural space
Arachnoid mater
epidural space
Dura mater
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Central nervous system
Central Nervous System
Motor neuron
neurons
brain stem
This is made of the brain and spinal cord
This type of neuron sends information from the brain to the s…
This is a picture of what?
What is the section of the brain that is highlighted in green?
Central Nervous System
This is made of the brain and spinal cord
Motor neuron
This type of neuron sends information from the brain to the s…
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Biology, Central nervous system 31.1
Peripheral nervous system
Central nervous system
Cell body
Dendrites
consists of nerves and supporting cells, collects information…
consists of the brain and spinal cord, processes the informat…
contains the nucleus and much of the cytoplasm
receives impulses from other neurons and carry impulses to th…
Peripheral nervous system
consists of nerves and supporting cells, collects information…
Central nervous system
consists of the brain and spinal cord, processes the informat…
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Biology 2, Lecture 2, The Central Nervous System
Function of Brainstem
Parts of Brainstem
Function of Medulla
Function of Pons
controls involuntary functions
Midbrain, Cerebellum, Pons, Medulla, and Spinal Cord
Regulation of cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Monitor…
Coordinates communication between motor cortex and cerebellum…
Function of Brainstem
controls involuntary functions
Parts of Brainstem
Midbrain, Cerebellum, Pons, Medulla, and Spinal Cord
Biology: B1 The Central Nervous System
sensory neurones
relay neurones
effector
motor neurones
when a change is detected ______ carry the information from r…
messages are passed along via ______
a muscle or gland
once the CNS has the information, it sends the information al…
sensory neurones
when a change is detected ______ carry the information from r…
relay neurones
messages are passed along via ______
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Central Nervous System (PRAC)
Neuron
Cell body
Dendrites
Axons
cell body... dendrites... axons... nucleus... myelin sheath... node of Ranvi…
Neuron
cell body... dendrites... axons... nucleus... myelin sheath... node of Ranvi…
Cell body
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Central Nervous System 1
brain
cerebrum
cerebellum
frontal cortex
brain
cerebrum
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Central Nervous System
pineal
pons
thalamus
thalamus
Melatonin is produced by the _________ gland and helps regula…
The __________ is a 'bridge' carrying info to/from the cerebe…
Which area of the brain can be considered the gateway to the…
Within the ________ a sorting-out and information editing pro…
pineal
Melatonin is produced by the _________ gland and helps regula…
pons
The __________ is a 'bridge' carrying info to/from the cerebe…
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The Central Nervous System
central nervous system (CNS)
brain
cerebrum
cerebellum
Brain and spinal cord
Control center of the nervous system
Higher level brain functions; controls thoughts, emotions, me…
controls coordination, posture, motor memory, movement, rote…
central nervous system (CNS)
Brain and spinal cord
brain
Control center of the nervous system
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Central Nervous System: Brain
cerebral aqueduct
inferior colliculi
infundibulum of the brain
mammillary body
cerebral aqueduct
inferior colliculi
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Central Nervous System
Cerebrum
Hemispheres
Corpus Collosum
Lobes
Big part of the brain
Right and left
C shaped, holds hemispheres together
Frontal, Parietal, Occipital, Temporal
Cerebrum
Big part of the brain
Hemispheres
Right and left
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