Health and Social Care Unit 4 - Control and Regulatory Systems - Brain

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1. What is the Myelin Sheath?

  • These have special cells called Schwinn cells, these are made up of these and speeds up nerve transmissions
  • Sets off an exchange of chemicals
  • This is a microscopic gap between neighboring neurons and muscle cells
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2. Nerve Action - What does the Stimulus do?

  • Sets off an exchange of chemicals
  • These have special cells called Schwinn cells, these are made up of these and speeds up nerve transmissions
  • This is a microscopic gap between neighboring neurons and muscle cells

3. What are the Cerebral Hemispheres?

  • These are the two main parts of the brain
  • Detects changes in blood chemistry, temperature, regulates apatite and sexual hormones
  • Carries out many functions - emotions, decision making, speech, language and memory
  • This is an area that is mapped with precise functions for various areas

4. What are the Frontal Lobes?

  • Carries out many functions - emotions, decision making, speech, language and memory
  • This is an area that is mapped with precise functions for various areas
  • These are the two main parts of the brain
  • Detects changes in blood chemistry, temperature, regulates apatite and sexual hormones

5. What do motor neurons do?

  • Carry messages from central nervous system to the tissues, muscles
  • Carry messages to sensory organs, such as pain

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