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Nervous System

Introduction

What are the functions of the nervous system?

The nervous system is one of the major regulatory systems of the body maintaining homeostasis. Its functions are to: 1) monitor the body’s internal and external environments; 2) integrate sensory information; and 3) direct or coordinate the responses of other organ systems to the sensory input.



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