control and coordination

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control and coordination

  1. 1. Sant Nischal Singh Public School PowerPoint Presentation on Control and coordination
  2. 2.  What is control and coordination  Inside animal nervous system  Sensory receptors  Structure of a neuron or nerve cell  Passage of impulse  What happens in reflex actions  Human brain  Spinal cord  Plant movements  Plant hormones  Animal hormones  Endocrine system
  3. 3. What exactly Is Control And Coordination ? It is the power of restrain and regulation by which something can be started, slowed down, expedited or stopped. It is orderly or harmonious working of different but inter - related parts so as to perform one or more activities very smoothly.
  4. 4. ` Nervous system is a network of system organs, nerves and neurons that controls and coordinates body activities with the help of electrical impulses produced in response to internal and It is divided into two parts: central nervous system and peripheral system.
  5. 5. • Photoreceptors • Gustatoreceptors • Thermoreceptors • Olfactorereceptors • Phonoreceptors • Statoreceptors • Tangoreceptors • Thigmoreceptors
  6. 6. Stimulus Dendrite Cell body Axon Axon terminal Passage Of Impulse
  7. 7. BRAIN FORE BRAIN OLFACTORY LOBES CEREBRUM DIENCEPHALON MID BRAIN HIND BRAIN PONS CEREBELLUM MEDULLA OBLONGATA
  8. 8. They occur in plant organs which have regions of bending where cells shrink or swell up due to loss or gain of turgidity.
  9. 9. Plant Hormones The Chemical Coordinators Plant hormones or Phytohormones are diffusible chemical substances other than nutrients produced naturally in plants.Some important Plant Hormones are :  Auxins  Gibberellins  Cytokinins  Ethene  Abscisic acid
  10. 10. Hormones In Animals Hormones are chemical messengers or Informational molecules produced by Ductless glands which are translocated by Circulating system .
  11. 11. Endocrine System
  12. 12. Credits Class X Dinesh book Online websites www.Wikipedia.com www.YouTube.com www.PPTBackround.net
  13. 13. Presenters – Aanchal, Harshul , Gaurav, Shrishti, Deepak Shivam, Samar.

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