CBSE control and coordination class 10 notes: This is a chapter of biology in in the science subject of class 10 CBSE.In this part we will do question answer related to control and coordination for class 10. We will solve the exercise question and also the additional questions. Here we will cover questions from nervous system. Here we will give you control and coordination class 10 notes and videos. On topics like function of brain, pituitary gland, hypothalamus etc. As this is the chapter 7 of the class 10 CBSE book so it becomes very important for the students for the exam. Here along with the questions we will give the most important notes for the chapter. And NCERT give a great deal of importance on this chapter.
- 1 How does the Nervous system works?
- 2 Write a Short note on Brain.
- 3 What are Functions of Brain?
- 4 What are characteristics of Hormones?
- 5 What is called adrenaline Hormone?
- 6 How the plants coordinate the behavior against environmental changes?
- 7 How does the plant stem responds to light and bonds towards it due to the actions of Auxin Hormone?
- 8 What is the difference between a reflex action and walking?
- 9 What happens at the synopse between two nervous?
- 10 How do we detect the smell of an agarbathi?
- 11 What are plant hormones?
- 12 How is the movement of leaves of the sensitive plant differ from the movement of a shoot towards light?
- 13 How does the chemical coordination take place in animals?
- 14 Why is the use of iodised slat advisable?
How does the Nervous system works?
When the sense organ in our body is affected, it sends the message impulses through the sensory neurons. The brain analyses this message and decided the action to be taken. The brain than sends out instruction to the muscle of the concerned body part through motor nerves. The concerned body part then acts according to the instructions sent by the brain.
The parts of nervous system
The nervous system can be divide into two main parts.
Central nervous system( consisting of brain and body)
Peripheral Nervous system
Write a Short note on Brain.
Brain is the highest coordinating center in the body. The brain is located inside the skull of our body. It is protected by a bony box into skull called crotum. The brain is upraised by these membranes called meninges. Which help to protect it. The space between the membranes is filled with a cerebro membrane. And it is filled with a cerebro spinal fluid which protects the brain from the mechanical shocks.
The brain is broadly divided into three fore brain. The fore brain consists mainly of cerebrum. The mid brain does not have any further divisions.
What are Functions of Brain?
The brain receives the information carrying nerves impulses from all the sensory organs of the body.
The brain responds to the impulses brought in by sensory organs by sending its own instruction to the muscles and glands causing them to functions accordingly.
The Brain responds to the impulses brought in by sensory organs by sending its own instructions to the muscle and glands causing then to functions accordingly.
Hormones are chemical substances which coordinate the activities of living organism and also the growth.
What are characteristics of Hormones?
The hormones are secreted in small amounts by the endocrine glands.
The hormones are pounded directly into the blood and canied through the body by blood circulatory system.
The hormones coordinate the activities of the body and also in growth.
They are a) Exocrine Gland and b) Endocrine Gland
What is called adrenaline Hormone?
The adrenaline hormone prepare our body to function at maximum efficiency during emergency situation like damages.
How the plants coordinate the behavior against environmental changes?
How does the plant stem responds to light and bonds towards it due to the actions of Auxin Hormone?
What is the difference between a reflex action and walking?
What happens at the synopse between two nervous?
How do we detect the smell of an agarbathi?
What are plant hormones?
The organic chemical substances produced in plants which control growth, development and responses in plants are called plant hormones. The example of plants hormones are Auxins, Cytokinin, gibberellins and abscisic acid.
How is the movement of leaves of the sensitive plant differ from the movement of a shoot towards light?
How does the chemical coordination take place in animals?
Why is the use of iodised slat advisable?