The Nervous System is a collection of systems involved in coordination, perception, sensation, movement, and feeling, as well as the coordination and perception of physical sensations.
It is responsible for many functions including pain perception, coordination, sensation and movement, memory and emotion.
It also acts as the central nervous system controlling and regulating bodily functions, including breathing and heartbeat.
There are many different types of nerves, including blood vessels, nerve endings, sensory nerves, and muscle nerves.
Nerve endings are the projections from the nerve fibers that form the ends of nerves.
There is a lot of information going on within a single nerve, called a synapse.
These are the connections that allow a nerve to send or receive information.
Some nerves also have a lot more than one type of fiber.
The more nerve endings a nerve has, the more information is possible, but this information is only partially reliable.
Another important aspect of the nervous system is the ability to perceive, smell, taste, hear, touch, and touch the environment around us.
Sensory nerves send information to the brain, which then sends it to sensory muscles in the muscles of the body.
In addition to sensory nerves and muscle fibers, the nervous systems also communicate with other organs and organs in the body, such as the heart and the brain.
The body has its own specific set of nerves and muscles that can send information and receive information, but it also sends signals to other parts of the brain that act as a feedback system.
This feedback system can control and control the body through a number of different functions, such the muscles and nerves, vision, hearing, and even thought.
The nervous system consists of many different kinds of cells that play a role in controlling the body’s functioning.
The different kinds are called synapses, and they are made up of different types and sizes of nerve fibers.
Synapses are the pathways that transmit information between cells.
There have been a number that have been found to be especially sensitive to pain and pain receptors.
There also are a number types of neurons that are able to detect pain signals, such are sensory neurons.
These sensory neurons are called primary sensory neurons and are found in every cell in the nervous tissue.
Primary sensory neurons transmit pain signals to the rest of the cells in the cell.
This is because they send information directly to the body via pain receptors, which are located in the primary sensory fibers.
Pain receptors are located on the side of the spinal cord and are the nerve cells that sense and respond to pain.
They are also involved in movement and sensory processing.
The rest of this section will describe the different types.
What are the Different Types of Nerve Fibers?
There are a total of 10 different types or types of nerve fibres in the human body.
These include: 1) Tumor cells, called granules, which have their origin in the brain 2) Glial cells, which help to control the function of other cells, such like muscles, nerves, skin and bone 3) Neural endothelial cells, the cells that provide the electrical signals that control blood flow and the flow of nutrients 4) Microglia, which play a major role in pain perception 5) Skeletal muscle cells, that are involved in the regulation of muscle function 6) Bone cells, cells that produce calcium and bone nutrients, which also play a key role in the control of muscle functions.
How do Nerve Types Work?
A nerve cell is a type of nerve cell that has been modified to receive signals from other types of cells, like cells in another body or a foreign body.
The modifications are called modifications of the cell membrane.
When nerve cells are damaged, they become damaged, and that can cause damage to the cell, which causes damage to other cells within the cell that have a similar structure to the damaged cell.
The nerve cell then has to repair itself.
This can take several steps: a) a process called “repair” which takes place within the nerve cell b) repair that takes place between neighboring cells, and c) repair of damaged cell membrane What is a Tumor Cell?
TUMOR cells are the cells of the bone marrow that are found within the spinal canal.
They have many characteristics of nerve cells.
For example, they are specialized for certain functions.
They also have the ability and capacity to be damaged.
A tumor cell is one that has become damaged.
These cells are called malignant cells.
Neurogenesis is the process of the normal growth of new neurons, which takes several months.
When a tumor cell has a malignant tumor, the tumor cells cells are unable to form new neurons.
Instead, they die.
There may be some cells that survive the process, but these cells are not the ones that make new neurons or