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Functional level of the nervous system that detects changes in the environment

Sensory

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Functional level of the nervous system that is decision-making

Integrated

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Functional level of the nervous system that evokes a response (muscle or gland)

Motor

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What two parts is the Central Nervous System divided into?

Brain and spinal cord

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What does the Peripheral Nervous System consist of?

Everything other than brain and spinal cord

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The peripheral nervous system has two sub-systems. What are they and what is their importance?

Afferent nervous system: transmits information into the CNS.
Efferent nervous system: transmits information out of the CNS.

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The Nervous System is divided into two ways in which the parts of it are controlled. What are they?

Autonomic Nervous System and Somatic Nervous System

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Which of the two controlling parts of the nervous system is the motor system that controls glands, cardiac muscle, and smooth muscle (involuntary)?

Autonomic Nervous System

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The Autonomic Nervous System is made of two sub-divisions. What are they?

Sympathetic Division: adapts the body for activity (blood pressures heart rate, blood glucose, blood flow).
Parasympathetic Division: calming effect on body function (resting and digesting).

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Which of the two controlling parts of the nervous system controls the skeletal muscles (under voluntary control)?

Somatic Nervous System

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Reflex Arc: what part is located in the skin or sense organs that detect a stimulus and create an impulse?

Receptors

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Reflex Arc: which part conducts nerve impulses towards the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord), and carries messages from a receptor to the spinal cord?

Sensory Neurons

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Reflex Arc: what part is in the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord), connects sensory neurons to motor neurons, and carries messages from a sensory neuron in the spinal cord to a motor neuron?

Interneurons

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Reflex Arc: what part conducts nerve impulses from the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) to an effector, and carries messages from the spinal cord to an effector?

Motor neurons

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Reflex Arc: what part responds to the impulses by contracting (if the effector is a muscle fiber) or secreting enzymes or hormones (if the effector is a gland)?

Effectors

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What are the three functional levels of the Nervous System?

Sensory, Integrated, and Motor