No the nerves in the spinal cord send the messages to the brain. Not the actual spinal cord.
Yes it does.
Efferent neurons carry impulses from your brain and spinal cord to other nerves, glands, and muscles in your body. the central nervous system
It sends messages to your spinal cord which later sends the message to your brain!
your brain sends messages to your spinal cord which sends messages through you nerves to your muscles and they all move at the same time to work together. they contract and relax to enable you to move your arm.
Electrical impulses travel from the brain along the spinal cord and nerve fibers to the muscles.Brain send the message via nerve impulses involving neurons which use the neuro-transmitter Acetylcholine.
The spinal cord sends messages to the brain,if we didn't have a spinal cord we couldn't do anything
your brain sends messages to your nerves
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All pain in the body travels through the spinal cord to reach the brain, so yes.
Some facts about the spinal cord:It is easy to breakthe spinal cord is a part of the nervous systemit sends messages to the brain
There are no muscles that are controlled by force of will. Your brain sends messages to the nerves that control your muscles and that is what moves them.
The penguin has a brain that sends out messages to the body for it to move. The main parts are the nerves, spinal cord, and brain.
central nervous system. The central nervous system consists of the brain and the spinal cord.
The brain sends electrical impulses to the muscles telling them to pull. Muscles extend and relax when the brain tells them not to pull or contract. The nervous system is the electrical highway of the human body. If a nerve is severed or the spinal cord is severed certain muscles will not receive messages from the brain. They will not have feeling either.
The part of the ear that sends messages to the brain is the Cochlea.
Synapses let the "message" travel to muscle cells.
no because it severs the spinal cord which sends and receives all the messages to and from the brain
All the brain's messages are sent through the nervous system.