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In Nerves

What is a nerve?

The Peripheral Nervous system (PNS) includes all the neural tissue outside the Central Nervous system (CNS). The PNS delivers sensory information to the CNS and carries motor ( Full Answer )
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What do nerves do?

One kind specializes in bringing information into the brain fromthe senses. These are called afferent/sensory nerves. They helpbring information into the five special senses; ( Full Answer )
In Biology

Why do you have nerves?

You have nerves so that you are able to move. If you didn't have any nerves you would be a very still person.
In Definitions

What is nerve?

Nerve means a person's mental state - the extent to which they areanxious or worried; it can mean to brace yourself to meet ademanding situation as well.
In Biology

What if your on my nerves?

You mean "you're" (= "you are"), not "your", which is "your" as in "your book." And we don't usually say, "You're on my nerves." We say, "You're getting on my nerves." So yo ( Full Answer )
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What does a nerve do?

A nerve sends messages to your brain that you are feeling something. For example, if you fall over and scratch your arm, your nerve will send a message to your brain to feel t ( Full Answer )
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

How do nerve signals travel from nerve to nerve?

This is a very long and hard 1-2 weeks of worth of work and studying to understand but ill try my best. A neuron consists of the following structures in the following order ( Full Answer )
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

How is an impulse transmitted from nerve to nerve?

A neural impulse is transmitted via neurotransmitters , which are chemicals which move from the end of one neuron to the beginning of the next one. This happens as fol ( Full Answer )
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What type of nerve is the auditory nerve?

The auditory nerve (8th cranial nerve) picks up signals originatingin the environment and takes them to the brain for interpretation.That makes the auditory/acoustic/vestibulo ( Full Answer )