GRADE 6
POWER POINT PRESENTATION
Gaudete Study Center, Inc.
1st Quarter topic
Unit 2
Lesson 1
Good morning &
Listen carefully
NERVOUS
SYSTEM
Role of the nervous system
 It is the most complicated part and highly
organized system in the human body.
 Nervous syst...
Parts of a
neuron
Stimulus & Response
 Stimulus – agent factor
that provokes interest,
enthusiasm, or
excitement.
 Response – reaction of
...
Stimulus and response
What is your response?
What is your response?
 We will going to …
3 types of neurons
 Sensory neuron –
(skin, eyes, nose, ears &
tongue)
 Interneuron – (brain & spinal
cord)
 Motor neuron – (muscles &
gla...
synapse
 The tiny of
microscopic
space
between
two neurons
is called
synapse
Glial cells
 Specialized
cells
 These cells
serve as
supportive, nutr
itive, and
service facility
cells for
neurons so t...
Node of Ranvier
 The gap within a myelinated sheath axon is
called…
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  1. 1. GRADE 6 POWER POINT PRESENTATION Gaudete Study Center, Inc. 1st Quarter topic Unit 2 Lesson 1
  2. 2. Good morning & Listen carefully
  3. 3. NERVOUS SYSTEM
  4. 4. Role of the nervous system  It is the most complicated part and highly organized system in the human body.  Nervous system is divided into 2 parts.  CNS  PNS
  5. 5. Parts of a neuron
  6. 6. Stimulus & Response  Stimulus – agent factor that provokes interest, enthusiasm, or excitement.  Response – reaction of an organism.
  7. 7. Stimulus and response
  8. 8. What is your response?
  9. 9. What is your response?  We will going to …
  10. 10. 3 types of neurons
  11. 11.  Sensory neuron – (skin, eyes, nose, ears & tongue)  Interneuron – (brain & spinal cord)  Motor neuron – (muscles & glands)
  12. 12. synapse  The tiny of microscopic space between two neurons is called synapse
  13. 13. Glial cells  Specialized cells  These cells serve as supportive, nutr itive, and service facility cells for neurons so that they can function well.
  14. 14. Node of Ranvier  The gap within a myelinated sheath axon is called…
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