Nervous system is composed of billions of nerve cells, which are the principle functional components of the nervous system that regulate, coordinate and control the mechanisms for communicating to the outside world and for controlling internal mechanisms. Nervous system processes the information received and triggers reactions such as responding to the external stimuli. Nerve cells receive and transfer information for appropriate functioning of the Nervous system by interpreting and responding to stimuli.
Nervous system comprises of brain, spinal cord, sensory organs and all the nerves that connect these organs with the rest of the body. Brain and spinal cord constitute Central nervous system and acts as the controlling centre where information is interpreted processed and triggers are sent to perform a particular action/function. Central nervous system and Peripheral Nervous system both regulate voluntary and involuntary functions where the signals are processed by the Brain.
Related Journals of Nervous System
Advances in Neurology, Journal of Central Nervous System Disease, Nervous System, Journal of the Peripheral Nervous System, Research Journal of Nervous System, Journal of the Autonomic Nervous System, Diseases of the Nervous System, Child's Nervous System, Autonomic Neuroscience, Journal of clinical neurophysiology, Brain and Nervous System Current Research.