The Central nervous system (CNS)

Make sure to match the number on the questions, with the number on th nswers. The central nervous system (CNS) consists of the blank 1 and blank 2 The CNS processes many different kinds of incoming sensory information. It is also the source of thoughts, emotions, and memories. Most signals that stimulate blank 3 contract and blank 4 to secrete originate in the CNS.

The blank 5 system consists of all nervous tissue outside the CNS. A nerve is a bundle of blank 6 that lies outside the brain and spinal cord. Blank 7 (number) pairs of cranial nerves emerge from the brain and blank 8 (number) pairs of spinal nerves emerge from the blank 9 A blank 10 (general type) receptor is a structure that monitors changes in the external or internal environment.