Central nervous system
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Together with the peripheral nervous system, it has an important role in the control of behaviour. The CNS is protected by bone in the dorsal cavity: the brain in the cranial subcavity, and the spinal cord in the spinal cavity.
- See also: Vertebrate brain
Parts of the vertebrate CNS[change | edit source]
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