Control and coordination Worksheet-1

Control and coordination Worksheet-1

 

Comprehension:

The main organs of the nervous system are: Brain, Spinal cord and Nerves. The brain is located inside the skull of our head. The spinal cord is a very thick nerve which runs inside the cavity of backbone in our body. The nerves are a kind of wires which are distributed all over our body. There are mainly two types of nerves in our body: cranial nerves and spinal nerves. The cranial nerves connect all the parts in the head directly to brain. The spinal nerves connect all the remaining parts of the body to the spinal cord, a third type of nerves called visceral nerves. The visceral nerves connect the internal organs of the body to spinal cord.

 

  1. Most important organ of the nervous system is-

A. Brain                                          B. Cranial nerves

C. Spinal nerves                            D. All of these

 

  1. Which structure is present inside the skull?

A. Spinal cord                                B. Nerves

C. Brain                                          D. Ganglion

 

  1. What is another term for brain box?

A. Skull                                           B. Vertebral column

C. Long bones                               D. Rib cage

 

  1. Which is the thickest nerve of the body?

A. Cranial nerve                            B. Spinal nerves

C. Visceral nerves                         D. Spinal cord

 

  1. Spinal cord is protected by-

A. Skull                                           B. Cranium

C. Brain box                                  D. Vertebral column

E. Rib cage

 

  1. What are the nerves arise from brain called? 

A. Visceral nerves                         B. Cranial nerves

C. Spinal nerves                            D. Mixed nerves

 

  1. What are the nerves arise from body organ called? 

A. Visceral nerves                         B. Cranial nerves

C. Spinal nerves                            D. Mixed nerves

 

Answer:

  1. Brain
  2. Brain
  3. Skull
  4. Spinal cord
  5. Vertebral column
  6. Cranial nerves
  7. Visceral nerves