Journal of Neuroscience & Clinical Research

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Nervous System coordination in Human body

The conditions are controlled in two ways with chemical and nervous responses. Cells called receptors which detect stimuli (changes in the environment). The coordination centre, such as the brain, spinal cord or pancreas, which receives and processes information from receptors around the body. Our nervous system allows us to detect and react to changes in the environment. Sense organs, like the eyes, detect changes and our central nervous system co-ordinates a response. The conditions inside our body must be carefully controlled if the body is to function effectively. The conditions are controlled in two ways with chemical and nervous responses.

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