The nervous system is essentially a biological information highway, and is responsible for controlling all the biological processes and movement in the body, and can also receive information and interpret it via electrical signals which are used in this nervous system. It consists of the Central Nervous System (CNS), essentially the processing area and the Peripheral Nervous System which detects and sends electrical impulses that are used in the nervous system. The CNS consists of the brain and spinal cord. It is responsible for receiving and interpreting signals from the peripheral nervous system and also sends out signals to it, either consciously or unconsciously. The Central Nervous System is effectively the centre of the nervous system, the part of it that processes the information received from the peripheral nervous system.
Related Journals of Nervous Biology
Journal of Spine, Histochemistry and Cell Biology, Journal of Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Quarterly Review of Biology, Molecular and Cellular Biology, PLOS Biology, Immunology and Cell Biology