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Category:Nervous system
Comment The definition was contributed to by Maryann Martone, Onard Mejino, Paul Katz, David Osumi-Sutherland, Mihai Bota, Jyl Boline of the INCF PONS program
Created 15 July 2006  +
CurationStatus pending final vetting  +
Definition The nervous system is an organ system cont The nervous system is an organ system containing predominantly neuron and glial cells. In bilaterally symmetrical organism, it is arranged in a network of tree-like structures connected to a central body. The main functions of the nervous system are to regulate and control body functions, and to receive sensory input, process this information, and generate behavior." this information, and generate behavior."
Has role CUMBO term +
Id birnlex_844  +
Label Nervous system  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 16 December 2010 17:27:39  +
ModifiedDate 16 December 2010  +
SuperCategory Body system  +
Categories Body system
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Central nervous system + Is part of
Resource:BMAP cDNA Resources +, Resource:Bgee: a dataBase for Gene Expression Evolution +, Resource:Brain Architecture Project +, Resource:Brain Facts +, Resource:Brain Research Institute +, Resource:Department of Psychiatry, Turner Laboratory +, Resource:EONS +, Resource:Embryo Images Normal and Abnormal Mammalian Development +, Resource:Eric H. Chundlers Links +, Resource:Fly EM +, Resource:FlyBrain: An Online Atlas and Database of the Drosophila Nervous System +, Resource:Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease +, Resource:Glycoword +, Resource:HIV Neurobehavioral Research Center +, Resource:Hardin MD +, Resource:Histology World: Nervous System Histology +, Resource:Histology of Nervous Tissue Laboratory Course +, Resource:Human Tissue and Organ Resource for Research +, Resource:Integrated Nervous System Connectivity +, Resource:International Graduate Program Medical Neurosciences +, Keywords
 

 

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