Transcript Nervous System
Abdel Darwish 708 Ms.Ryan
What are the major jobs of the
Key question#1: What are the major parts of the nervous system and there jobs? Stimuli,
homeostasis, neurons, denterites, axons, and impulses. The job for the stimuli brings
responses to your body. The homeostasis controls your breathing, heart rate, and
digestion. The neurons carry messages to the impulses. The denterites receive impulses
to other neurons and send them to the cell body.
The nervous system is a system that controls all the nerves in the body. It also controls
the spine, brain, skin, hair, finger nails, and toe nails.
What are the major functions of the
Key question: What are the major functions of the nervous system?
The major functions of the nervous system are stimuli, homeostasis,
neurons, and synapes.
I got my resources in the science text book, chapter13, section 4, on pg
The major parts of the nervous system helps us feel, smell, see, taste, and
hear.The major parts of the nervous system is the stimuli, homeostasis,
neurons, and synapes. With out them we would have no feeling in us.
Why is the nervous system
important to survival?
*topic key question# 3: Why is the nervous system important to survival? Its important to
survival cause it helps you feel what you touch, see what your eyes mainly point at, smell
what ever sent comes to your nose, taste what ever you put in your mouth, and hear
what ever noise goes in your ears. It also helps carry messages to the brain.
Computer, class web site,body quest, and nervous system.
The nervous system of a human responsible for sending, receiving, and processing nerve
impulses throughout the body.
Diseases & disorders
Key question # 4:Diseases & disorders-Drugs, alchol, & caffines.
Many drugs,such as alchol & caffine, directly pass in the cells and destroy the nervous
system. Drugs effect the nervous system that will make the sick and disorders.
Neurons, synapes, trai-nervous system, perainervous system, stimulis, homeostasis, impulses,
electrochemical, spinal, deppresent, stimulant,