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1 Chapter 13 Nervous System (Part 1) An electro - - chemical system.
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2 Review Overview of the Nervous System C entral N ervous S ystem The Spinal Cord The Brain The Limbic System and Higher Mental Functions P eripheral N ervous S ystem - Somatic / Autonomic Systems Drug Therapy and Drug Abuse
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4 Nervous system function? allows us to receive , integrate (process), and react to environmental stimuli to maintain homeostasis. Component parts? Central nervous system ( CNS ) includes the brain and spinal cord Peripheral nervous system ( PNS ) Somatic sensory and motor neurons to skeletal muscles (voluntary ) Autonomic sensory and motor neurons go to smooth muscles and glands (involuntary )
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6 Nervous Tissue Nervous Tissue contains two types of cells. Neurons transmit nerve impulses between parts of the nervous system. Neuroglia support , protect , and nourish neurons. ( neuroglial cells or glial cells ) Have different specific names based on their shape, location, function.
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10 Neuron Structure Neurons are classified according to function.
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course BIOL 103 taught by Professor Robertwest during the Spring '12 term at Lee.

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chapt13_Part1_LectureOutlines - Chapter 13 Nervous System...

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