Nervous System Organization

Nervous System Organization - Nervous System Organization

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Nervous System Organization The nervous system integrates and  monitors the countless actions  occurring simultaneously throughout  the entire human body; therefore, every  task a person accomplishes, no matter  how menial, is a direct result of the  components of the nervous system.  These actions can be under voluntary  control, like touching a computer key, or  can occur without your direct  knowledge, like digesting food,  releasing enzymes from the pancreas,  or other unconscious acts.
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It is difficult to understand all the  complexities of the nervous system  because the field of neuroscience has  rapidly evolved over the past 20 years;  moreover, answers to new questions  are being found almost daily. A  thorough knowledge of the individual  components of the nervous system and  their functions, however, will lead you to  a better understanding of how the 
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