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comparative view of the sensorial and nervous systems in men and animals.

John Collins Warren

comparative view of the sensorial and nervous systems in men and animals.

by John Collins Warren

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Published by J. W. Ingraham in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nervous system.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy John C. Warren ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL925 .W29
    The Physical Object
    Pagination159 p. VIII pl.
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6972498M
    LC Control Number06026399
    OCLC/WorldCa2843983

    Animal reproductive system, any of the organ systems by which animals reproduce. The role of reproduction is to provide for the continued existence of a species; it is the process by which living organisms duplicate themselves. Animals compete with other individuals in the environment to maintain.   Science has proven that animals are sentient, even lobsters have a human-like nervous system. Fish feel pain too. Moreover, we have no reason to believe that nonhuman animals are less conscious of their pain than humans are of theirs. And science is figuring out that animals have intelligence and complex emotions as s: 6.

    Diseases / Nervous System (incl. Brain): Books No matter what the season, it’s always a good time for books. When the weather is cool it’s time to make a cup of hot cocoa and snuggle up in a blanket with a good book. The PNS can be broken down into the autonomic nervous system, which controls bodily functions without conscious control, and the sensory-somatic nervous system, which transmits sensory information from the skin, muscles, and sensory organs to the CNS and sends motor commands from the CNS to the muscles.

    Comparative physiology: an area of study that focuses on the diversity of how animals' bodies function. Homeostasis: the ability to keep a system at a constant condition. Hormone: a chemical message released by cells into the body that affects other cells in the body. From the sixteenth to the eighteenth century, new anatomical investigations of the brain and the nervous system, together with a renewed interest in comparative anatomy, allowed doctors and philosophers to ground their theories on sense perception, the emergence of human intelligence, and the soul/body relationship in modern science.


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Secondary Qualities: Something that resides in an object and that we experience but we really only see it because of our senses/nervous system. Not all people's nervous systems can produce the same things (being color blind)-You cannot subtract shape from a.

Sensory Nervous system. The arms contain a complex and extensive sensory system. Deep receptors in the three main muscle systems of the arms, provide the animal with a widespread sensory apparatus for collecting information from muscles. Many primary receptors lie in the epithelium covering the surface of the arm.

His extensive research into the nervous system differentiated between blood vessels and nerves. He also discovered the differences between the motor nerves, (those used for motion) and the sensory nerves (those used for sensation).

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The evolution of nervous systems dates back to the first development of nervous systems in animals (or metazoans). Neurons developed as specialized electrical signaling cells in multicellular animals, adapting the mechanism of action potentials present in motile single-celled and colonial nerve nets seen in animals like Cnidaria (jellyfish) evolved first, consisted of.Start studying Comparative Animal Physiology (Nervous systems).

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