What carries messages to the brain?
Mostly nerves, although the blood can carry "messages" such as hormones.
The system that carries messages to your brain is called the Nervous System.
Afferent nerves carry messages to and from the brain.
The nerves can carry messages from senses to the brain!
The system that carries messages in your body, is the Nervous system.
The dendrite carries messages to the cell. The axon carries messages away from the cell. These messages travel to the nerves ,that goes to the spinal cord, to the brain.
Your brain stem.
The long bundle of neurons that carries messages to and from the body to the brain and is responsible for very fast, lifesaving reflexes is called the? Spinal cord.
sensory or afferent nerve cells carry messages to the brain
The nerve called the vestibulocochlear nerve carries signals from the ear to the brain.
The optic nerve carries signals from the eyes to the brain.
The sensory (or afferent) neuron carries messages to the brain and then the motor (or efferent) neuron carries the reaction message from the brain to the gland or muscle being effected in response. :)
What is the name for a cell that carries messages between the brain and other parts of the body
Your nervous system carries electric signals from your brain trough out your body.
Auditory or auditory nerve
the auditory nerves
Central Nervous System
i don't think we have organs that can do that, but nerves send messages to our brains to do as we wish
it is your nearves just like they carry messages to your brain. only when they get to your brain your brain tells them to go to the muscle that needs the message
the spinal cord
Spinal Cord .
the spinal cord
The spinal cord.
nerves (peripheral, spinal, and cranial).
The spinal cord
No it does not. The left optic nerve carries messages to the right side of the brain. The signals cross over to the other side at the base of the brain.
The brain stem carries sensory messages and the parietal lobe interprets pain and touch.
Sensory Neurons. sensory nerves
nerves our individual cells-neurons
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The nervous system.
it's a single organ from the nervous system
The main difference is that a sensory neuron carries messages in the form of electric impulse from sense organs to brain, whereas motor neurons carries messages to effective organs.
Nerve cells, or neurons, are specialized cells that carry messages through an electrical process in the brain. The brain contains about 100 billion neurons.
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Answer Afferent sensory neurons carry the impulses from the receptors (afferent sensory organs) to the spinal cord and/or the brain.
The cranial nerves are 12 pairs of nerves that carries messages to and from the brain.
Nerves, the nervous system most of which travel through the spine at some point.
The brain sends signals to the spinal cord, which distributes those signals throughout the neural network - a network of neurons - which then carries signals to parts of the body such as the muscles, skin, lungs, etc. Signals are sent back to the brain in reverse order.
The brain sends electrical signals to the rest of the body parts, and as a result, that part of the body reacts.
The Neuron, and in this case, a motor neuron or a sensory neuron.
Quite a few, depending on what sensation you're interested in, but the cribiform plate is actually a part of the brain (the olfactory lobe), the only part of the brain that connects to the outside world directly.
It is the communication and coordination system of the body: It receives messages from stimuli all over the body. The brain interprets the message. The brain responds to the message and carries out an activity.
Neurons carry signals from different parts of your body to the brain which is later interpreted by the brain. Neurons can then carry signals from the brain to the rest of your body as a responds from the first signal