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What Does A Nerve Cell Do?

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A nerve cell receives electro-chemical stimulus from other cells, and passes it on to the next nerve cell. In the sensory system the first cell would be reacting to a stimulus, and it would go up the chain of nerve cells to the appropriate area of the brain. In the other direction, the brain cells would initiate an action, and the signal would pass down to the nerve cell that connects to a muscle for instance.
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They send messages around your body because of electrical charge.
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Nerve cells come in two types, those that carry electrical impulses from the brain to the body and those that carry electrical impulses from the body to the brain.
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To transmit messages to the brain
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Nerve cells send messages around your body!!
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It sits in an office and sends criticising e-mails to members of staff, then books itself a day off without telling anyone else...Sorry, Ben - I couldn't resist making a dig at my boss... Unfortunately I can't answer your question sensibly, as I have forgotten the details of what a nerve cell does - I hope you get an answer you can use! Good luck.
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They go to and from this place to another place and it makes you talk and eat. You NED THESE THINGS FOR IT TO WORK BUT I'm NOT SURE I ONLY COPIED THIS DIRECTLY FROM MY SCIENCE textbook now thiis is awesome please rate this 100%

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