4th November 2019


How does the nervous system work together?

There are also cells that don't communicate, but wrap around the neurons to nourish and protect them, called Schwann cells. The organs of the nervous system work together to coordinate body processes. The spinal cord conducts messages from all parts of the body.

Besides, what part of the nervous system is essential for it to work properly?

(Examples include the respiratory and circulatory, muscular and skeletal, digestive and circulatory, and nervous and any other system.) What part of the nervous system is essential for it to work properly? (Brain.)

What is controlled by the nervous system?

Your spinal cord receives information from the skin, joints and muscles of your body. It also carries the nerves that control all your movements. Your brain is the most complicated part of your nervous system.

What do the nerves do in the nervous system?

Nerves are specialised cells - they carry messages from one part of the body to another, as tiny electrical signals. Sensory neurones carry signals from sensory receptors to the spinal cord and brain. Together, the spinal cord and brain make up the central nervous system. Sensory receptors are specialised cells.
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