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Science 7: The Nervous System
The Nervous System
Gathering Information
Responding to Stimuli
Maintaining Homeostasis
The part of an organism that gathers, processes and responds
Stimulus is the change in organisms environment that causes a…
Depending on how the info is processed, we respond to differe…
Our bodies maintain homeostasis by sensing temperature change…
The Nervous System
The part of an organism that gathers, processes and responds
Gathering Information
Stimulus is the change in organisms environment that causes a…
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Science7- NERVOUS SYSTEM
cerebrum
cerebellum
brain stem
sensory neuron
controls senses, thoughts, emotions, memory, and muscle movem…
a part of the brain that controls fine motor skills, balance,…
controls involuntary body actions,(breathing, digestion,& hea…
a type of neuron (nerve cell) located in sensory organs
cerebrum
controls senses, thoughts, emotions, memory, and muscle movem…
cerebellum
a part of the brain that controls fine motor skills, balance,…
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Science 7 Nervous System
dendrites
PNS
Cerebellum
5
Brings messages to the cell body
Nerves and sense organs make up this system
Part of the brain that controls balance/coordination
How many sense receptors in your skin
dendrites
Brings messages to the cell body
PNS
Nerves and sense organs make up this system
SIS Science 7 Nervous System
Nervous System
Brain
Spinal Cord
Neuron
The organ system that responds to stimuli and controls all th…
Main organ of the nervous system. It receives stimulus signal…
Very delicate organ that connects the PNS to the brain. It is…
A nerve cell. Made of 3 parts: a cell body, axon and dendrites
Nervous System
The organ system that responds to stimuli and controls all th…
Brain
Main organ of the nervous system. It receives stimulus signal…
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Nervous System Science 7
Central Nervous System
sensory nerves
motor nerves
axons
brain and spinal cord
send messages to brain
carry messages to the muscles
end of a neuron
Central Nervous System
brain and spinal cord
sensory nerves
send messages to brain
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Science 7: Nervous System
stimulus
response
neuron
nerve impulse
Any change or signal in the environment that can make an orga…
A reaction to a stimulus.
A cell that carries information through the nervous system.
The message that a neuron carries.
stimulus
Any change or signal in the environment that can make an orga…
response
A reaction to a stimulus.
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Science 7 Nervous system
Nervous System
impulses
response
stimulus
Acts as the control center of the body and interprets, stores…
A message that travels along a nerve cell.
A reaction to a stimulus.
Any change or signal in the environment that can make an orga…
Nervous System
Acts as the control center of the body and interprets, stores…
impulses
A message that travels along a nerve cell.
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7 science - nervous system
stimulus
spinal chord
sensory neurons and motor neurons
pupil
a change or signal in the environment that makes an organism…
thick column of nerve tissue that links the brain to most of…
what is a spinal nerve made of?
name of the opening through which light enters the eye
stimulus
a change or signal in the environment that makes an organism…
spinal chord
thick column of nerve tissue that links the brain to most of…
Science7- NERVOUS SYSTEM
cerebrum
cerebellum
brain stem
sensory neuron
controls senses, thoughts, emotions, memory, and muscle movem…
a part of the brain that controls fine motor skills, balance,…
controls involuntary body actions,(breathing, digestion,& hea…
a type of neuron (nerve cell) located in sensory organs
cerebrum
controls senses, thoughts, emotions, memory, and muscle movem…
cerebellum
a part of the brain that controls fine motor skills, balance,…
SIS Science 7 Nervous System
Nervous System
Brain
Spinal Cord
Neuron
The organ system that responds to stimuli and controls all th…
Main organ of the nervous system. It receives stimulus signal…
Very delicate organ that connects the PNS to the brain. It is…
A nerve cell. Made of 3 parts: a cell body, axon and dendrites
Nervous System
The organ system that responds to stimuli and controls all th…
Brain
Main organ of the nervous system. It receives stimulus signal…
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Science7- NERVOUS SYSTEM
cerebrum
cerebellum
brain stem
sensory neuron
controls senses, thoughts, emotions, memory, and muscle movem…
a part of the brain that controls fine motor skills, balance,…
controls involuntary body actions,(breathing, digestion,& hea…
a type of neuron (nerve cell) located in sensory organs
cerebrum
controls senses, thoughts, emotions, memory, and muscle movem…
cerebellum
a part of the brain that controls fine motor skills, balance,…
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SIS Nervous System- Science 7
Nervous System
Brain
Spinal Cord
Vertebrae
Body system that responds to stimuli to control all body func…
The main organ of the nervous system.
The delicate organ that connects the brain to the rest of the…
Part of the skeleton that protects the spinal cord.
Nervous System
Body system that responds to stimuli to control all body func…
Brain
The main organ of the nervous system.
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7 science - nervous system
stimulus
spinal chord
sensory neurons and motor neurons
pupil
a change or signal in the environment that makes an organism…
thick column of nerve tissue that links the brain to most of…
what is a spinal nerve made of?
name of the opening through which light enters the eye
stimulus
a change or signal in the environment that makes an organism…
spinal chord
thick column of nerve tissue that links the brain to most of…
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science- Nervous system 7-2
central nervous system
peripheral nervous system
brain
spinal cord
brain and spinal cord
all nerves outside of the cental nevous system; which are lik…
control center
thick column of nervous tissue that links the brain to the pe…
central nervous system
brain and spinal cord
peripheral nervous system
all nerves outside of the cental nevous system; which are lik…
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Science7 nervous system
Auto
Inter
Neur
Peri
Self
Inside
Nerve
Around
Auto
Self
Inter
Inside
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Science 7: The Nervous System
Nervous system
Stimulus
Neuron
Synapse
The part of an organism that gathers, processes, and responds…
A change in an organism's environment that causes a response
The basic functioning unit of the nervous system;a nerve cell
The gap between two neurons
Nervous system
The part of an organism that gathers, processes, and responds…
Stimulus
A change in an organism's environment that causes a response
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The nervous system science 7
Stimulus
Response
Neuron
Nerve impulse
Any change or signal in the environment that can make an orga…
What your body does in reaction to a stimulus
Nerve cells
The message got a neuron carries
Stimulus
Any change or signal in the environment that can make an orga…
Response
What your body does in reaction to a stimulus
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Nervous System Part I --HMS Science 7
what does a dendrite do
what does an axon do
what is the small space between two ne…
how does an impulse travel WITHIN a ne…
deliver messages to the cell body
it passes messages on to the next cell
synapse
electrical impulse
what does a dendrite do
deliver messages to the cell body
what does an axon do
it passes messages on to the next cell
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Science Gr 7 - Nervous System
Function of Nervous Regulation
Impulse
Nerve cells (Neurons)
Receptors
Control and coordinate your response to your environment usin…
electrical messages carried by neurons
specialized cells that carry electrical impulses throughout a…
specialized structures that are sensitive to stimuli such as…
Function of Nervous Regulation
Control and coordinate your response to your environment usin…
Impulse
electrical messages carried by neurons
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Science Gr 7 Nervous System
spinal cord
cerebrum
cerebellum
brainstem
a major part of the central nervous system which conducts sen…
largest part of the brain. input from the sense controls move…
coordinate the action of muscle and helps maintain balance.
lies between the cerebellum and spinal cord, controls your bo…
spinal cord
a major part of the central nervous system which conducts sen…
cerebrum
largest part of the brain. input from the sense controls move…
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Chapter 7 Science The Nervous System
Sense organ
Central nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
Autonomic nervous system
Ear
Brain and spinal cord
Nerves that extend to the outlying parts of the body
Subdivision of peripheral nervous system
Sense organ
Ear
Central nervous system
Brain and spinal cord
Science - Nervous System 7.1
axon
autonomic nervous system
brain stem
cell body
A nerve fibre that sends nerve impulses away from the cell body
The system controlling involuntary actions such as the heartb…
Part of the brain where the spinal cord enters the skull; it…
The part of the neurone that contains the nucleus
axon
A nerve fibre that sends nerve impulses away from the cell body
autonomic nervous system
The system controlling involuntary actions such as the heartb…
NERVOUS SYSTEM SCIENCE GRADE 7
AXON
CORTEX
DENDRITE
GILA
LONG EXTENSION OF A NERVE CELL THAT SENDS ELECTRICAL SIGNALS…
OUTER LAYER OF THE HUMAN BRAIN THAT IS IMPORTANT FOR CONSCIOU…
SHORT BRANCH STRUCTURE THAT CONNECTS WITH OTHER NERVES
IMPORTANT CELLS THAT MAINTAIN NERVES AND KEEP THEM HAPPY.
AXON
LONG EXTENSION OF A NERVE CELL THAT SENDS ELECTRICAL SIGNALS…
CORTEX
OUTER LAYER OF THE HUMAN BRAIN THAT IS IMPORTANT FOR CONSCIOU…
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Nervous System Part II--HMS Science 7
where is the frontal lobe
what does the frontal lobe control
where is the temporal lobe
What does the temporal lobe control?
behind the forehead
decision making, problem solving, personality, emotions
along the sides of the head, over/above ears
memory, emotions, hearing, language, learning
where is the frontal lobe
behind the forehead
what does the frontal lobe control
decision making, problem solving, personality, emotions
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Science 7: Nervous and Endocrine System
Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Brain
Cerebrum
Controls and coordinates your body's activities and helps you…
Your brain and spinal cord make up this system.
This organ has three distinct parts. Each of these parts has…
The control center of your thoughts and voruntary actions. Li…
Nervous System
Controls and coordinates your body's activities and helps you…
Central Nervous System
Your brain and spinal cord make up this system.
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Science Chapter 7 The Nervous System
Functions of the Nervous System
Axon Tips
Stimulus
Response
1. Receiving information... 2. Responding to information ... 3. Mai…
Here electrical signals change to a chemical form, allowing t…
Any change or signal in the environment that can make an orga…
Action or change in behavior that occurs as a result of a sti…
Functions of the Nervous System
1. Receiving information... 2. Responding to information ... 3. Mai…
Axon Tips
Here electrical signals change to a chemical form, allowing t…
Science- The nervous system 7.1
What is the nervous system?
What does the peripheral nervous syste…
What are the 2 parts to your brain?
What is the central nervous system?
A communication system that controls all parts of the body.
Nerves that carry messages to and from the brain and other pa…
The central nervous system (CNS) ... The peripheral nervous syst…
Brain and spinal cord.
What is the nervous system?
A communication system that controls all parts of the body.
What does the peripheral nervous syste…
Nerves that carry messages to and from the brain and other pa…
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Texas Science Grade 7 - Nervous System
Nervous system
Brain
Spinal cord
Neuron
The system that controls and coordinates all of the body's ac…
The primary organ of the nervous system. It acts as the contr…
A bundle of nerves located down the center of the backbone th…
A nerve cell
Nervous system
The system that controls and coordinates all of the body's ac…
Brain
The primary organ of the nervous system. It acts as the contr…
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Science Ch.7 The Nervous System
stimulus
response
neuron
nerve impulse
any change or signal in the environment that an organism can…
a reaction to the stimulus
cells that carry information through your nervous system
the message that a neuron carries
stimulus
any change or signal in the environment that an organism can…
response
a reaction to the stimulus
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Nervous system Science BBMS 7
neuron
nervous system
sensory path
motor path
a nerve cell, basic unit of function for the nervous system,…
controls how we respond to the stimuli in our internal and ex…
receives stimuli from sense organs
send response signals to muscles and glands
neuron
a nerve cell, basic unit of function for the nervous system,…
nervous system
controls how we respond to the stimuli in our internal and ex…
Endocrine & Nervous Systems (science 7)
Nervous system
Endocrine system
Stimulus
What are sense organs?
Nerves deliver messages using electrical signals across neurons
Sends chemical messages through the blood. These chemicals ar…
Information from a sense organ.
Eyes, ears, nose, or skin
Nervous system
Nerves deliver messages using electrical signals across neurons
Endocrine system
Sends chemical messages through the blood. These chemicals ar…
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Texas Science Grade 7 - Nervous System
What is the function of the nervous sy…
What are the two parts of the nervous…
Nervous system
Brain
To respond and adjust to change in its environment.
The central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system.
The system that controls and coordinates all of the body's ac…
The primary organ of the nervous system. It acts as the contr…
What is the function of the nervous sy…
To respond and adjust to change in its environment.
What are the two parts of the nervous…
The central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system.
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Science Nervous System #2
neurons
Nerve impulse
synapse
three types of neurons
nerve cells
message that a neuron carries
place where a neuron transfers an impulse to another structure
sensory neurons- picks up stimulus and changes it into sensor…
neurons
nerve cells
Nerve impulse
message that a neuron carries
Nervous System Advanced Science 7 Barta
Function #1
Function #2
Function #3
List the main organs of the Nervous Sy…
Control center of the body
Gathers and interprets information from the external and inte…
Maintain homeostasis
1. Brain ... 2. Spinal cord... 3. Nerves
Function #1
Control center of the body
Function #2
Gathers and interprets information from the external and inte…
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Health Science Nervous System 7:6
Which of the following are the parts o…
The vital centers for the control of v…
The sympathetic and parasympathetic ne…
7) The effects of the sympathetic nerv…
B) dendrite, axon, and cell body
E) medulla oblongata
A) autonomic nervous system
B) parasympathetic nervous system
Which of the following are the parts o…
B) dendrite, axon, and cell body
The vital centers for the control of v…
E) medulla oblongata
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Health Science Chap. 7 Nervous System
Autonomic nervous system
Brain
Central nervous system (CNS)
Cerebellum
System that contains the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerv…
A mass of nerve tissue well protected by membranes and the cr…
The division of the nervous system consisting of the brain an…
The section below the back of the cerebrum; responsible for m…
Autonomic nervous system
System that contains the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerv…
Brain
A mass of nerve tissue well protected by membranes and the cr…
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Chapter 7 The Nervous System Health Science
Functions of the Nervous System
Sensory input
integration
Motor output
- Sensory input... - Integration... - Motor output
gathering information... monitoring changed occurring inside and…
process and interpret sensory input and decide if action is n…
response to stimuli... response activates muscles or glands
Functions of the Nervous System
- Sensory input... - Integration... - Motor output
Sensory input
gathering information... monitoring changed occurring inside and…
Speech Science Introduction: Module 7 Nervous System
Nervous System (NS)
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Sympathetic (ANS functions)
- the control system for our body... - responsible for all movem…
brain and spinal cord
*somatic system ... - cranial and spinal nerves... *autonomic syste…
Heart... - increase heart rate... - increase force of contraction…
Nervous System (NS)
- the control system for our body... - responsible for all movem…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
brain and spinal cord
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Science 7 Nervous System P2 (vocab)
Autonomic nervous system
Somatic nervous system
Efferent division
Afferent division
The involuntary branch of the nervous systems
The voluntary branch of the nervous systems
Carries impulses away from the CNS
Carries impulses to the CNS
Autonomic nervous system
The involuntary branch of the nervous systems
Somatic nervous system
The voluntary branch of the nervous systems
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Science 7 -Ch 5 -Central Nervous System June 2015
homeostasis
neuron
3 types of Neurons
Impulses
the regulation of steady, life-maintaining conditions inside…
a nerve cell; the basic functioning units of the nervous syst…
1. Sensory Neuron... 2. Interneurons... 3. Motor Neurons
Messages carried by a neuron
homeostasis
the regulation of steady, life-maintaining conditions inside…
neuron
a nerve cell; the basic functioning units of the nervous syst…
Nervous System Science Section 7.1
Stimulus
Response
Neuron
Dendrite
A signal to which an organism responds
An action or change in behavior that occurs as a result of a…
A nerve cell
Branchlike parts of a neuron that are specialized to receive…
Stimulus
A signal to which an organism responds
Response
An action or change in behavior that occurs as a result of a…
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Chapter 7: The Nervous System
Nervous System (x5)
Nervous System Functions (x3)
Sensory Input
Integration
The master controlling and communicating system in our bo…
1. Sensory Input... 2. Integration... 3. Motor Output
Sensory receptors that monitor changes (stimulus) from the in…
Processing and interpreting the sensory input and decides on…
Nervous System (x5)
The master controlling and communicating system in our bo…
Nervous System Functions (x3)
1. Sensory Input... 2. Integration... 3. Motor Output
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Chapter 7: The Nervous System
Nervous System (x5)
Nervous System Functions (x3)
Sensory Input
Integration
The master controlling and communicating system in our bo…
1. Sensory Input... 2. Integration... 3. Motor Output
Sensory receptors that monitor changes (stimulus) from the in…
Processing and interpreting the sensory input and decides on…
Nervous System (x5)
The master controlling and communicating system in our bo…
Nervous System Functions (x3)
1. Sensory Input... 2. Integration... 3. Motor Output
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Science Nervous System
Neuron
Dendrites
Cell Body
Nucleus
a specialized cell transmitting nerve impulses
small wavy tips that receive massages
holds the Nucleus
brain of the cell
Neuron
a specialized cell transmitting nerve impulses
Dendrites
small wavy tips that receive massages
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7 Nervous and Endocrine System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Cerebellum
Cerebrum
consists of the brain and spinal cord
All parts of the Nervous system except the brain and spinal c…
part of the brain that controls body position, coordination,…
part of the brain that controls thoughts and voluntary actions
Central Nervous System
consists of the brain and spinal cord
Peripheral Nervous System
All parts of the Nervous system except the brain and spinal c…
Science Test Week 7 Nervous System
Cerebrum
Cerebellum
Hypothalamus
Cerebral Cortex
...
...
...
...
Cerebrum
...
Cerebellum
...
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Science 7 Unit 8: The Nervous System Quiz
brain stem
central nervous system
cerebellum
cerebrum
attaches brain to spinal cord... midbrain= reflex center for vis…
nerves from\ the brain and spinal cord
provides involuntary coordination of body movement- balance
associated w/ higher brain actions like thought and action ... 4…
brain stem
attaches brain to spinal cord... midbrain= reflex center for vis…
central nervous system
nerves from\ the brain and spinal cord
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Science 7 The Nervous System ( Ear and Eye)
Cornea
Iris
Lens
Optic Nerve
thin transparent membrane protects and lets light pass through
controls amount of light let in
bends and focuses the light rays on the rentina
carries measages to the brain
Cornea
thin transparent membrane protects and lets light pass through
Iris
controls amount of light let in
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Science Final Review 7-2 Nervous System
Medulla
Cerebrum
Receptor>sensory neuron>inter neuron >…
Nerves that extend from the brain and…
The part of the nervous system that controls involuntary acti…
Memory and thinking are most closely associated with which pa…
What is a correct route of an impulse in a reflex arc
The peripheral nervous system consists of..
Medulla
The part of the nervous system that controls involuntary acti…
Cerebrum
Memory and thinking are most closely associated with which pa…
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Chapter 7 The Nervous System
central nervous system (CNS)
somatic nervous system
peripheral nervous system (PNS)
autonomic nervous system
Brain and spinal cord
Controls voluntary activities (activation of skeletal muscl…
Cranial nerves and spinal nerves
Regulates the activity of the *cardiac muscle, smooth muscle,…
central nervous system (CNS)
Brain and spinal cord
somatic nervous system
Controls voluntary activities (activation of skeletal muscl…
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