A PowerPoint Presentation Prepared by:               Francielle Elaine Binuya                   Joyce Lindzel Reyes       ...
Nervous SystemNervous system controls and coordinates essential bodyfunctions. This system makes it possible for you to pr...
Nervous System But do you know where the Nervous System is? Do you know the organs of the Nervous System? Do these word...
Nervous System Cnidarians Flatworms
Nervous System Mammals
Human Nervous System
The Central Nervous System The central nervous system(CNS) is made of the brain  and the spinal cord. It is protected by...
The Brain The brain is located at the anterior end of the spinal  cord. The spaces between the brain are called ventricl...
The Brain The brain is made up of two main parts:    forebrain    brainstem
The Forebrain The forebrain subdivides to form :    telencephalon         cerebrum     diencephalon       thalamus   ...
Cerebrum
Hypothalamus and Thalamus                                                              thalamus              hypothalamus ...
The Brainstem The brainstem functions below the level of  consciousness , thus it is called the unconscious brain. The b...
The Brainstem
Cerebellum
The Spinal Cord • • It contains a tiny ,centralcord descends down the middle   From the brain the spinal canal filled with...
Peripheral Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System  Somatic Nervous System - controls skeletal muscle as  well as external sensory organs.  Auton...
Cells of the Nervous System 2 Kinds of Cells    Neurons    Glial Cells   Neurons are specialized cells for the transmi...
Neurons
Glial Cells Glial cells, sometimes called neuroglia or simply glia  provide support and protection for neurons. They are...
Glial Cells
How the Nervous System Works
How the Nervous System Works
How the Nervous System Works Stimulus- any factor that triggers a specific reaction. Sensory neuron- is the neuron that ...
Sense organs carrymessages about theenvironment to the  central nervous      system.
 The eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and skin are examples of sense organs The sense organs gather information (light, sound, ...
 The eye is one of your sense organs.• The eye is made of the iris and the pupil.•The eye gathers pictures and sends them...
 The ear is the organ of hearing and balance. Hearing starts when some of the sound waves go into the ear.
How the Ear Works
 The ear works with the brain to control your balance. The liquid in your inner ear is responsible for your  balance Th...
 Nose is the organ of  smell. The nose has two holes  called nostrils. The nostrils and the nasal  passages are separat...
 Behind your nose, in the  middle of your face, is a  space called the nasal  cavity. It connects with the back  of the ...
How the Nose Works
 The tongue is the sense organ  of taste controlled by the  receptors called taste buds. The four kinds of taste  sensat...
 The sense of touch is located in the skin. The nerves in the skin allow us to feel texture, pressure, heat, cold, and pa...
Thank You For Watching &            ListeningRemember : The nervous system is a complex network of nerves  and cells that...
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  1. 1. A PowerPoint Presentation Prepared by: Francielle Elaine Binuya Joyce Lindzel Reyes Angela Pamela Reyes
  2. 2. Nervous SystemNervous system controls and coordinates essential bodyfunctions. This system makes it possible for you to processinformation.
  3. 3. Nervous System But do you know where the Nervous System is? Do you know the organs of the Nervous System? Do these words sounds familiar to you?
  4. 4. Nervous System Cnidarians Flatworms
  5. 5. Nervous System Mammals
  6. 6. Human Nervous System
  7. 7. The Central Nervous System The central nervous system(CNS) is made of the brain and the spinal cord. It is protected by 2 sets of bones.  skull – protects the brain  vertebral column- protects the spinal cord
  8. 8. The Brain The brain is located at the anterior end of the spinal cord. The spaces between the brain are called ventricles.
  9. 9. The Brain The brain is made up of two main parts:  forebrain  brainstem
  10. 10. The Forebrain The forebrain subdivides to form :  telencephalon  cerebrum  diencephalon  thalamus  hypothalamus
  11. 11. Cerebrum
  12. 12. Hypothalamus and Thalamus thalamus hypothalamus •The hypothalamus is the bridge between the nervous messages before•The function of the thalamus is to sort and interpret theseand endocrine relaying themto the appropriate neurons in the cerebrum. regulates the pituitary gland. systems. It produces various hormones and
  13. 13. The Brainstem The brainstem functions below the level of consciousness , thus it is called the unconscious brain. The brainstem is the region of the brain that connects the cerebrum with the spinal cord. It is consists of : midbrain medulla oblongata pons
  14. 14. The Brainstem
  15. 15. Cerebellum
  16. 16. The Spinal Cord • • It contains a tiny ,centralcord descends down the middle From the brain the spinal canal filled withof the back and is is a long, thin, tubular bundle thenervous The spinal cord surrounded and protected by of bony cerebrospinal fluid. tissue and support cells that extends from the brain. vertebral column.
  17. 17. Peripheral Nervous System
  18. 18. Peripheral Nervous System  Somatic Nervous System - controls skeletal muscle as well as external sensory organs.  Autonomic Nervous System - controls involuntary muscles, such as smooth and cardiac muscle.
  19. 19. Cells of the Nervous System 2 Kinds of Cells  Neurons  Glial Cells  Neurons are specialized cells for the transmission of messages from an organ or tissue to another.
  20. 20. Neurons
  21. 21. Glial Cells Glial cells, sometimes called neuroglia or simply glia provide support and protection for neurons. They are thus known as the "supporting cells" of the nervous system. Functions of glial cells are:  to surround neurons and hold them in place  to supply nutrients and oxygen to neurons,  to insulate one neuron from another, and  to destroy and remove the carcasses of dead neurons (clean up).
  22. 22. Glial Cells
  23. 23. How the Nervous System Works
  24. 24. How the Nervous System Works
  25. 25. How the Nervous System Works Stimulus- any factor that triggers a specific reaction. Sensory neuron- is the neuron that receives the stimulus. Motor neuron- the neuron that relays the information to the part of the body for a response.
  26. 26. Sense organs carrymessages about theenvironment to the central nervous system.
  27. 27.  The eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and skin are examples of sense organs The sense organs gather information (light, sound, heat, and pressure) from the environment
  28. 28.  The eye is one of your sense organs.• The eye is made of the iris and the pupil.•The eye gathers pictures and sends them to thebrain. The colored part of the eye is the iris. The black part of the eye is the pupil. Iris Pupil The pupil becomes larger and smaller as it controls the light coming into the eye.
  29. 29.  The ear is the organ of hearing and balance. Hearing starts when some of the sound waves go into the ear.
  30. 30. How the Ear Works
  31. 31.  The ear works with the brain to control your balance. The liquid in your inner ear is responsible for your balance The liquid in your ear moves when we move. The liquid movement sends information to the brain to tell it how we are moving. Loss of sight can be one of the factors that affect the sense of balance.
  32. 32.  Nose is the organ of smell. The nose has two holes called nostrils. The nostrils and the nasal passages are separated by a wall called the septum. Closer to the tip of your nose, the septum is made of cartilage.
  33. 33.  Behind your nose, in the middle of your face, is a space called the nasal cavity. It connects with the back of the throat. The nasal cavity is separated from the inside of your mouth by the palate (roof of your mouth).
  34. 34. How the Nose Works
  35. 35.  The tongue is the sense organ of taste controlled by the receptors called taste buds. The four kinds of taste sensations are sweet, sour, bitter, and salty. The tongue can also detect a sensation called umami. Umami is a Japanese word which means the savory taste of amino acids.
  36. 36.  The sense of touch is located in the skin. The nerves in the skin allow us to feel texture, pressure, heat, cold, and pain.
  37. 37. Thank You For Watching & ListeningRemember : The nervous system is a complex network of nerves and cells that carry messages to and from the brain and spinal cord to various parts of the body. The nervous system includes both the Central nervous system and Peripheral nervous system. The Central nervous system is made up of the brain and spinal cord . The Peripheral nervous system is made up of the Somatic and the Autonomic nervous systems.

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