A collection of nerve fibers through which impulses travel between the central nervous system and other parts of the body?
The central nervous system Read More
Eletrical impulses throughout the nervous system Read More
the central serves as the bodies control center and the peripheral carries impulses between the body and central system. Read More
The peripheral nervous system carries impulses from the central nervous system to the effectors. Read More
Peripheral nervous tissue carries impulses from the central nervous system to the effectors. Read More
The sensory division of the peripheral nervous system transmits impulses from sense organs to the central nervous system. The motor division transmits impulses from the central nervous system to the muscles or glands. Read More
Nerves that only carry impulses away from the central nervous system (CNS) are called: Motor Nerves Read More
What cells receive nerve impulses from the central nervous system causing muscle fibers to contract?
The motor neurons carry impulses from the central nervous system to the muscles. These impulses may be generated autonomically (instinctively) or through voluntary control by the brain. Read More
Peripheral Nervous System Read More
A ganglion is a description of cluster or collection of nerve cells OUTSIDE the central nervous system (or you can say that it is part of the peripheral nervous system). The brain is part of the central nervous system. Read More
No ,it carries impulses towards CNS . Read More
afferent Read More
The nerve fiber. Read More
What nervous system consists of nerves that transmit impulses from the central nervous system to internal organs?
Endocrine Read More
such a fiber tract is called a nerve and because it carries signals between the periphery and the central nervous system, it is part of the peripheral nervous system, PNS Read More
The Central nervous systme sends impulses to the peripheral nervous system which in turn carries signals to the muscles. Read More
The sensory or afferent division of the peripheral nervous system transmits impulses from the sense organs to the CNS. Read More
The major difference is the direction of travel for nerve impulses. In the afferent nervous system, the impulses are traveling away from the brain - these tend to be motor impulses. In the efferent nervous system, the impulses are traveling towards the brain - these tend to be sensory impulses. Read More
The system consists of nerves that transmit impulses back and forth between the central nervous system the skeletal muscles and the skin?
A+ students - somatic Read More
Axons generate and transmit nerve impulses Read More
The autonomic nervous system consists of neurons that conduct impulses from the central nervous system to what in the body?
smooth muscle Read More
Motor nerves. Read More
Which divisions of the peripheral nervous system transmit impulses from sense organs to the central nervous system?
The Sensory and motor division. Read More
motor neurone carries impulses from the central nervous system to an effector Read More
sensory nuerons Read More
axons inside a neuron Read More
Motor Nerves Read More
Sensory neurons conduct impulses towards the central nervous system, which includes the brain and spinal cord. Read More
impulses travel to and from the central nervous system allowing the brain and spinal cord to control all your other body systems Read More
The peripheral nervous system carries impulses between the spinal cord and other body parts. Read More
The main difference is that the central nervous system that includes the brain and spinal cord processes information it receives from the peripheral nervous system. The peripheral nervous system brings in information in the form of stimulation to the brain and spinal cord and sends out nerve impulses in the form of actions required to preserve the organism. Read More
Organs and parts of your body send information to the central nervous system (that's your brain and spinal cord) by electrical impulses. When the impulses reach the central nervous system, a response is triggered. For example, if you touch a hot object, receptors on your skin will trigger an action potential in nerve cells. This action potential will be passed on to the next cell and so on until it reaches the central nervous system… Read More
Afferent nerves carry impulses to the CNS (central nervous system: brain/spinal chord). Read More
Which parts of the nervous system carries impulses between the body and the centeral nervous system?
hypoglossal Read More
Is called sensory. Read More
Sensory Nerves Read More
Carry nerve impulses from receptors toward the central nervous system. Read More
efferent neuron Read More
No. Oysters do not have a central nervous system. There are only a few ganglia to control impulses. Read More
sensory/ afferent. read your book Read More
THe central nervous system Read More
Synapses are important because they enable signal transmission in the body. These signals are the nerve impulses, which go across and between neurons. This process occurs in the synaptic cleft of the central nervous system. Read More
The peripheral nervous system, or PNS, conveys nerve impulses from your receptors to the central nervous system, or CNS. They also will convey nerve impulses from the CNS to your effector organs, typically a muscle or gland. Read More
What part of the nervous system has the responsibility for issuing nerve impulses and analyzing sensory data?
The answer is the central send impulses and the brain and spinal chord are used in this application. Read More
Sensory neurons are nerves that carry electrical signals only toward the Central Nervous System. These nerves are found in the ganglia. Read More
Oligodendrocytes are a type of glial (supporting) cell in the brain that sends out cytoplasmic extensions to insulate axons in the central nervous system. This allows for greater speeds of nervous impulses between the brain and a sensory receptor or between two neurons ("brain" cells). Read More
the basic units of nervous system are nerve cells which relay impulses as electrical signals from the afferent to the central nervous system and then the effector. Read More
Afferent or sensory nerve fibers Read More
Because it coordinates which motor neuron the electrical impulses go to. Read More