Nerves

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Nerves are bundle of fibres in the body that transmits impulses in the [[Central nervous system|central nervous system]] via [[Neuron|neurons]] to initiate a response from a sense of an object either physically or mentally. [https://teaching.ncl.ac.uk/bms/wiki/index.php/Nerve_impulse Impulses ]from the central nervous system lead to the [[Peripheral Nervous System|peripheral nervous system]] where an impulse is transmitted to ensure a response.   
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Nerves are bundle of fibres in the body that transmits impulses in the [[Central nervous system|central nervous system]] via [[Neuron|neurons]] to initiate a response from a sense of an object either physically or mentally. Impulses from the central nervous system lead to the [[Peripheral Nervous System|peripheral nervous system]] where an impulse is transmitted to ensure a response.   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:32, 5 December 2017

Nerves are bundle of fibres in the body that transmits impulses in the central nervous system via neurons to initiate a response from a sense of an object either physically or mentally. Impulses from the central nervous system lead to the peripheral nervous system where an impulse is transmitted to ensure a response. 


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