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Q: Which four sense organs send nerves right into the brain?
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What organs make up the nervous system?

They are the brain, nerves, all the sense organs, and the spinal cord.


List 4 organs that comprise the nervous system?

Nerves, Brain, Spinal Cord and Sense Organs


What type of nerve sends messages from sense organs to the brain?

This is simple; don't overthink it. The nerves that carry sensory impulses to the brain are the sensory nerves.


What helps your sense organs work together nerves or muscles?

Your brain coordinates the activity of your senses.


Neurons that collect messages from sense organs and carry those to the spinal cord or the brain are called?

afferent nerves


What is the origin of the sense of smell?

The sense of smell originates from the first cranial nerves (the olfactory nerves), which sit at the base of the brain's frontal lobes, right behind the eyes and above the nose. Inhaled airborne chemicals stimulate these nerves.


What gives information to the brain?

Your sense organs your head, nose ,ears ,eyes, and tongue.AS well as nerves and your other body parts.


What organs are found in the nervous system?

Brain and spinal cord compose the central nervous system (CNS).All the nerves that innervate everything outside of your CNS is your peripheral nervous system (PNS).


Do you have nerves in your head?

Yes and no. There are nerves that innervate your skin and bones and meningeal coverings as well as the nerves that convey all of the input from your special sense organs but there are no "proper" nerves in your brain. In other words, your brain cannot feel anything itself. It can only interpret what other parts of your body are feeling.


What is the origin of the the sense of smell?

The sense of smell originates from the first cranial nerves (the olfactory nerves), which sit at the base of the brain's frontal lobes, right behind the eyes and above the nose. Inhaled airborne chemicals stimulate these nerves.


How are messages sent to the different sense organs?

through nerves


Do all our sense organs have nerves in them?

Believe it or not, sponges are considered marine animals and do not have any sense organs.