Nervous system, Biology

Nervous System

  1. It is controling system of body. Ectodermal in origin.
  2. This system is made up of nervous tissue.
  3. Nervous tissue is made up of neuron & neuroglial cells.
  4. Neuron is originated from neuroblast, that appears at neurula stage in the formation of neural canal.
  5. In neuron centrosome is absent so there is no power of regeneration.
  6. Neuroglial cells are helpful in repairing.
  7. Nervous system is studied in three parts -

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Note :- Group of neuron in CNS is called nucleus.

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