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  1. 1. Nervous system is the chief controlling andcoordinating system of the body. It controlsand regulates all activities of the body,whether voluntary or involuntary, and adjuststhe individual (organism) to the givensurroundings
  2. 2. The nervous system is broadly divided into two parts.
  3. 3. The nervous system is broadly divided into two parts.1.) Central Nervous System (CNS)2.) Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
  4. 4. Central Nervous System (CNS)
  5. 5. Central Nervous System (CNS)
  6. 6. •Brain or encephalon, which occupies cranial cavity, and contains the higher governing centers. Central Nervous System (CNS) Brain or encephalon, which occupies cranial cavity, and contains the higher governing centers.
  7. 7. Central Nervous System (CNS)Brain or encephalon, which occupies cranial cavity, and contains the higher governing centers.Spinal cord or spinal medulla, which occupies upper two-thirds of the vertebral canal, and contains many reflex centers.
  8. 8. Cerebrospinal nervous system The portion of the nervoussystem in vertebrates comprising the brain, cranial nerves,spinal cord, and the spinal nerves concerned withtransmission of impulses from sense organsto the voluntary muscles.
  9. 9. Cerebrospinal nervous system The portion of the nervoussystem in vertebrates comprising the brain, cranial nerves,spinal cord, and the spinal nerves concerned withtransmission of impulses from sense organsto the voluntary muscles.Peripheral autonomic nervous system affects heart rate,digestions, respiratory rate, salivation, perspiration,papillary, dilation, urination, and sexual arousal.
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