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Published on March 3, 2014

Author: calderonscience

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Nervous system CalderonScience

Dylan C. Seth Q. Logan B. P5

Content  Facts  Functions  Major Parts/Organs  Interactions With Other Systems  Role in Maintaining Homeostasis  Health/Diseases  Quiz Questions

Facts  Signals in the brain can go 400km/h going through the body.  The brain is the command center of the Nervous system, it stores and processes information.  The Cerebrum is the part of the brain that deals with memory and language.

Functions  It helps you smell, taste, hear, reflexe s, touch, and the brain receives these messages. It helps you move your body. It tells your heart to pump blood and your lungs to breath.

Major Parts/Organs  Some major parts are the central nerve system , it is the command post for messages to travel through the body.  The brain plays a key role for storing and giving information.  The spinal cored is a highway for nerves to carry information through the body.

Interactions With Other Systems  It tells your muscles to contract and release to move your body.  It also tells your heart to pump blood and oxygen through the body.  The nervous system signals other systems such as the digestive, endocrine, and the circulatory system, to make changes when needed.

Role in Maintaining Homeostasis  It tells you if your body is hungry, hot, thirsty, or cold.  With out it, you would die of hunger, thirst, etc. It is very important to maintain Homeostasis.  For example, it tells your muscles to rapidly contract to warm your body if its cold.

Health/Diseases  The most common brain injury is physical injuries. It can do a lot of damage to the brain.  Reflexes can prevent injuries from happening so your brain is kept safe and not damaged.  Some drugs either speed up or slow the communication between neurons. So dugs can be harmful and helpful.

Quiz  1. How fast can signals in the nervous system travel?  A:  2.What system does the brain work with?  A-muscular system  B-Respiratory system  C-Digestive system  D-All of them

Quiz Answers  1. How fast can signals in the nervous system travel?  It can travel 400kl through the body  2.What system does the brain work with?  D-All of them 

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