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8). Half of the cranial nerves enter the brain via the pyramid of medulla oblongata (Fig. 4c), in which many nuclei are related to cranial nerves. These nuclei are related to the movements of the tongue, head, and face and also to functions about regulating heart rate, breath, and digestion. Spinal Cord The spinal cord (Figs. 3b) is the most caudle part of the central nervous system, which receives and deals with the information from the skin, joints, muscles from limbs and the trunk, and also controls their movements.
It is the electrical potential changes across the cell membrane of the neuron that encode and transmit information. As a matter of fact, there is some change of the potential difference across the cell membrane, when a neuron receives some input; and the information transmission depends also on potential changes. Therefore, it is important for understanding neural information processing to comprehend the electrical characteristics of neurons. There are three categories of membrane potentials: resting potentials, graded potentials, and action potentials.
14. It is astonishing that the body is controlled by both sympathetic nerves and parasympathetic nerves, while the effects of them are just opposite, so that the movements can be controlled precisely. For example, excitation of the sympathetic nerves fastens the heart beat, while the excitation of parasympathetic ones slows it down; the former dilates pupils, while the latter contracts them. In majority of cases, both sympathetic system and parasympathetic system are active to reach some balance, thus controlling activities of their target precisely.