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2. What are the differences in effects and responses of nervous and endocrine communication?

  • Nervous = instant effect and long lasting response, Endocrine = slower effect and short response.
  • Nervous = instant effect and short response, Endocrine = slower effect an long lasting response.
  • Nervous = slower effect and long lasting response, Endocrine = instant effect and short response.
  • Nervous = slower effect and short response, Endocrine = instant effect and short response.

3. What does contrary heart disease do?

  • Cells divide randomly, forming a tumour.
  • Alveoli break down and fuse together, greatly reducing the surface area for gas exchange.
  • Plaque builds up in the arteries, restricting blood flow.
  • The cilia are destroyed, meaning mucus isn't swept away.

4. What is a reflex arc?

  • Stimulus, receptor, motor neuron, CNS (sensory neuron), relay neuron, effector, response
  • Stimulus, receptor, sensory neuron, CNS (relay neuron), motor neuron, effector, response
  • Stimulus, receptor, motor neuron, CNS (relay neuron), sensory neuron, effector, response
  • Stimulus, receptor, relay neuron, CNS (motor neuron), sensory neuron, effector, response.

5. What does the optic nerve do?

  • Traduces light energy into electrical energy using rods and cones.
  • Connects the eye to the brain.
  • Gives the clearest image.
  • Controls the human effector causing us to blink.

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