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  • hope mooso United States of America Reasonable
    2015-01-28 03:01:08

  • Christian Bolander United States of America the highway
    2015-01-20 16:01:27

  • Stephen Diya Nigeria Reasonable
    2015-01-19 15:01:15

  • Amrita Bhagan Trinidad and Tobago The two major functions of the spinal cord: to pass sensory information from the peripheral nervous system to the brain and to transmit information from the brain to the peripheral nervous system
    2015-01-19 15:01:06

    • Mukesh Setia India true
      2015-01-22 13:01:14
  • Uwenni Henry Johnbull Nigeria The spinal cord is more or less a channel which carries axons that are like bunch of cables that passes info from the brain to the body, & from the body to the brain.
    2015-01-17 16:01:14

  • Mukesh Setia India spinal cord behaves like a bridge , or a USB like cable; It is a two-way cable from brain to peripheral nervous system , many believe that it is the elongated part of the brain , and they say that brain covers the entire body
    2015-01-14 08:01:49

  • OLATUNJI Femi Nigeria The spinal cord will transmit somatosensory information to the brain and it is the function of the brain to interprete the information passed by the spinal cord.
    2015-01-12 16:01:07

  • Nelson Torh United States of America The two major function of the spinan cord is to pass sensory information from the peripheral neveous systems to the brain and to transmit information frpm the brain to thr peripheral.
    2015-01-06 22:01:30

  • Charlotte Washington United States of America The spinal cord and the brain has connection and function together.
    2014-12-31 02:12:47

  • Mathew Emmanuel Nigeria The spinal cord act like a cable connecting the brain with the rest of the body through the peripheral nervous system
    2014-12-27 15:12:23

  • Ki Ki Pakistan Two major functions of the spinal cord...................
    2014-12-23 08:12:04

  • Gupta Ashok India Spinal chord is the central nervous system of the body. Its two main functions are to pass sensory information from the nervous system to the peripheral nervous system. The other is information from the brain to the nervous system. It has axons that carry commands from the bran to the other peripheral nervous systems
    2014-12-22 11:12:48

  • Heather Fenske United States of America The spinal cord is responsible for transferring messages to and from the brain.
    2014-12-21 13:12:48

  • Shamily Joseph India Connection of brain to the other parts of the body is called the spinal cord. Which also takes aways mesaages???
    2014-12-16 15:12:06

  • Dominic Musyoka Kenya Does it pass any type of information at same speed?
    2014-12-09 11:12:40

  • Dominic Musyoka Kenya the spinal cord is the nervous systems highway
    2014-12-09 11:12:12

  • Shaun Markworth United States of America YOUR CHART NEEDS TO BE CORRECTED
    2014-10-27 17:10:16

    • Emmanuel Omuya Kenya The spinal cord is the central of all the parts that transmit information.
      2014-11-14 12:11:43
  • Bikash Basyal United States of America Aren't sympathetic and parasympathetic systems parts of Autonomic system? Either the chart or my knowledge needs to be corrected.
    2014-10-20 07:10:14

  • Diane Nicholson United States of America There are 31pairs of spinal nerves in the spinal cord.
    2014-10-14 23:10:16

  • Awuni Apuko Peter Ghana What is the relationship of the spinal cord and the hemispheres?
    2014-07-16 11:07:54

    • Diane Nicholson United States of America The brain stem connects the brain with the spinal cords, it controls hunger, thirst, temperature, blood pressure, breathing.
      2014-10-14 23:10:30
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