Nerves Mariah Koenig

Cerebrum: The thinking part of your brain, it tells your brain/body what to do and when to do it, it is protected by a cerebrospinal cord, It also is located in the upper part of the cranial cavity.

Cerebellum: It controls balance and movement, it controls balance, movement and coordination, and it is protected by the skull and by a covering of three thin membranes, it takes place behind the top part of the Brian ( where the spinal cord meets the brain) and made of two hemispheres.

Brain Stem: It Controls the flow of messages between the brain and the rest of the body, it is protected by the skull and the outermost layer inward they are: the dura mater, arachnoid and pia mater.

Spinal Cord: Is a bundle of nerves, it produces and releases Carmines into your body, and it is protected by really tiny bones, it takes place in the middle of your back.

Nerves: nerves are like a bunch of wires or cables that send signals back, it is protected by the skull.


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