Nervous System

Nervous system- central (brain and spinal cord) and peripheral (sensory motor neurons transmit messages throughout body, nerves)
Central Nervous system- nerves get the message they transmit to the body
Peripheral Nervous System- somatic (sensory neurons that transmit senses), autonomic nervous system (automatic stuff- involuntary, heart beat)
Autonomic-consists of parasympathic (digestion, replenishing energy source in body), and sympathetic,
Cerebrum direct voluntary and conscious body functions and process senses
Brain stem- connects brain and spinal cord
Cerebellum- sense perception and motor controls; destruction of this- slurred speech
Skull- functions to keep brain protected

Divisions of the Nervous System

Endocrine System

The foundations of the endocrine system are the hormones and glands. As the body's chemical messengers, hormones transfer information and instructions from one set of cells to another. Many different hormones move through the bloodstream, but each type of hormone is designed to affect only certain cells.
What is the Endocrine System?