- 1 What is the most important nerve?
- 2 Which of the cranial nerves is the largest Milady?
- 3 Where are most of your nerves?
- 4 What is Milady nerve tissue?
- 5 What is the strongest nerve in human body?
- 6 What is the most important nerve in the human body?
- 7 Which body part sends messages to the brain?
- 8 What is the largest of the cranial nerve?
- 9 What part of the body has the largest most complex nerve tissue?
- 10 Do nerves carry blood?
- 11 What are the 3 nervous systems?
- 12 What do nerves do in the body?
- 13 What is the most complex organ of the endocrine system?
- 14 Which nerve supplies impulses to the skin on the other side and back of the foot and leg?
- 15 What nerve affect the side of the neck and the Platysma muscle?
What is the most important nerve?
Wandering through the neck and torso, the vagus nerve communicates vital information from the brain to the heart and intestines. The spinal cord is a thick nerve trunk that forms the brain’s most important connection to the body and carries all signals to and from the brain that are not provided by the cranial nerves.
Which of the cranial nerves is the largest Milady?
The largest of the cranial nerves, also known as the trifacial or trigeminal nerve.
Where are most of your nerves?
The central nervous system (CNS) includes the nerves in the brain and spinal cord. It is safely contained within the skull and vertebral canal of the spine. All of the other nerves in the body are part of the peripheral nervous system (PNS).
What is Milady nerve tissue?
whitish cords made up of bundles of nerve fibers held together by connective tissue through which impulses are transmitted. They originate in the brain and spinal cord and send their branches throughout the body. carry impulses from the sense organs to the brain.
What is the strongest nerve in human body?
Sciatic nerve, largest and thickest nerve of the human body that is the principal continuation of all the roots of the sacral plexus.
What is the most important nerve in the human body?
The spinal cord is part of your central nervous system. It begins at the bottom of the brain stem and continues down to your lower back. There are 31 pairs of spinal nerves, and they control sensory, motor, and other functions of your body.
Which body part sends messages to the brain?
The peripheral nervous system carries messages to and from the central nervous system. It sends information to the brain and carries out orders from the brain. Messages travel through the cranial nerves, those which branch out from the brain and go to many places in the head such as the ears, eyes and face.
What is the largest of the cranial nerve?
The trigeminal nerve is the largest and most complex of the 12 cranial nerves (CNs). It supplies sensations to the face, mucous membranes, and other structures of the head. It is the motor nerve for the muscles of mastication and contains proprioceptive fibers.
What part of the body has the largest most complex nerve tissue?
Nervous system vocabulary
|Brain||largest most complex nerve tissue in the body, it controls sensation, muscles, activity of glands, and the power to think, sense, and feel.|
|Spinal Cord||originates in the brain and extends down to the lower extremity of the trunk|
Do nerves carry blood?
The nervous system carries blood. 2. The basic parts of the nervous system are neurons. 3.
What are the 3 nervous systems?
The central nervous system is made up of the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system is made up of the Somatic and the Autonomic nervous systems.
What do nerves do in the body?
A vast network of nerves sends electrical signals to and from other cells, glands, and muscles all over your body. These nerves receive information from the world around you. Then the nerves interpret the information and control your response.
What is the most complex organ of the endocrine system?
The most complex organ of the endocrine system. This gland affects almost every physiologic process of the body: growth, blood pressure, contractions during childbirth, breast milk production, sexual organ functions in both men and women, thyroid gland function, and the conversion of food into energy (metabolism).
Which nerve supplies impulses to the skin on the other side and back of the foot and leg?
Anatomy and physiology
|sural nerve||Supplies impulses to the skin on the outer side and back of the foot and leg.|
|systemic circulation||Circulation of blood from the heart throughout the body and back again to the heart; also called general circulation.|
What nerve affect the side of the neck and the Platysma muscle?
The great auricular nerve relative to the platysma muscle: The great auricular nerve runs immediately deep to the platysma and courses over the mid-body of the sternocleidomastoid muscle and divides into anterior and posterior branches.