Uses electrochemical signals to integrate and control body functions?
Sensory functions have receptors that detect internal and external changes Integrative functions collect sensory information and make decisions that motor functions carry out Motor functions stimulate effectors in order to respond to send signals from one cell to another; the nervous system control and coordinates the entire body
Neurons are found in, and are the basis of, the nervous system. Most multicellular animals have a nervous system, which functions to send signals from one cell to others, and/or from one part of the body to another part. The cells which convey these signals are called neurons. Neurons are specialized cells which are excitable, in that they can fire an electrochemical impulse along their length when sufficiently stimulated, and they can pass that impulse…
What is true Thoughts are electrochemical signals Humans lack instincts Memes are instinctive Animals cannot learn?
"Thoughts are electrochemical signals." is the only one that is true. Humans do have some instincts (i.e., the instinct of infants to try to crawl and then walk), animals can learn more effectively than we ever previously believed, and memes are idea that are transmitted from person to person within a culture, so they are not instinctive.
Hardwired control is a control mechanism to generate control signals by using appropriate finite state machine (FSM). Microprogrammed control is a control mechanism to generate control signals by using a memory called control storage (CS), which contains the control signals. Although microprogrammed control seems to be advantageous to CISC machines, since CISC requires systematic development of sophisticated control signals, there is no intrinsic difference between these 2 control mechanism.
A control system in which the individual steps are processed in a predetermined order, progression from one sequence step to the next being dependent on defined conditions being satisfied. Such a system may be time-dependent, in which the step transition conditions are functions of time only; on external-event dependent, where the conditions are functions of Input signals only; or combinations of these (and perhaps more complex) conditions
The signalling function of a telephone network is related to the transfer of control information between the different terminals, switching nodes and users of the network. Signalling functions can be divided into two types: Supervisory and Information Bearing. Supervisory signals indicate the status or control of network elements. Call alerting, call termination and busy tones are examples of Supervisory signals. Calling party address, toll charges and called party address are examples of Information Bearing signals.
spinal cord functions primarily in the transmission of neural signals between the brain and the rest of the body, but also contains neural circuits that can independently control numerous reflexes and central pattern generators. basically it contains all the nerves that receive and send signals between your brain and your whole body.
The powertrain control module (PCM), also known as an electronic control module or engine control module (ECM) is the computer that controls and manages an engine. The PCM/ECM receives input signals from the vehicles sensors. It uses these sensors in turn to manage fuel mix, timing and many other functions. It is often called the vehicle's brain, for these reasons.