The process that assists in the interaction of two or more organs and through which complements each other's functions is called Coordination. It is the endocrine system and the neural system that jointly coordinate and integrate every activity of the organs inside the human body so that the organs keep working without any abnormalities. Thus, by now, students must have gotten the notion about the topics discussed in this chapter. Yes, it is the 'Neural Control and Coordination' that will be preached here.
Some of the topics discussed are the neural system of humans and neural coordination mechanisms, such as transfer of nerve impulse, physiology of reflex action, and impulse conduction beyond a synapse. Read the below explanations to understand better about the topics.
This second-last chapter of class 11 biology is all about the neural system that humans have inside their bodies. Through the topic 'Neural Coordination and Control', the human neural system has been extensively explained. The subtopics highlighted in the introductory portion above are the mechanisms of neural coordination.
This chapter is also a part of the fifth unit of class 11 Biology syllabus. The central nervous system (CNS) components, such as the forebrain, hindbrain, peripheral nervous system, midbrain, autonomic nervous system, spinal cord, and sense organs, i.e. the ears & eyes are also a part that has been explained under this chapter. The students would also get to know about the process of impulse conduction, vision, and hearing in a captivating manner.
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