Nervous system - XIII.Nervous system XIII.Nervous system A....

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XIII.Nervous system
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XIII.Nervous system A. Overview 1. General characteristics - Very complex & organized
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XIII.Nervous system A. Overview 1. General characteristics - Function: Control-process & transmit information
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Function: Control-process & transmit information 3 portions: - Sensory function - Integrative function - Motor function
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- Sensory function - Integrative function - Motor function 2. Divisions (2) a. Central nervous system (CNS) Components: Brain & Spinal cord
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2. Divisions (2) a. Central nervous system (CNS) b. Peripheral nervous system (PNS) Components: Everything else…
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XIII.Nervous system B. Histology - Cells are the functional unit of the NS - 2 major types 1. Neurons - Have the ability to conduct electrical impulses a. Anatomy
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1. Neurons - Have the ability to conduct electrical impulses a. Anatomy b. Types - Multipolar - Bipolar - Unipolar
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b. Types - Multipolar - Bipolar - Unipolar 2. Neuroglia - Support neurons
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