OpenStudy (phebe):

MEDALSSSS!!!!! 9. What neurons are associated with the somatic nervous system? @mrdoldum

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@Phebe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Somatic_nervous_system But, let me see if I can help you figure it out with a list. Involved in the somatic nervous system: You biceps, quads, gluteus, diaphragm, tongue, calves, and trapezoid muscles. Not involved: muscles of the esophagus, heart, muscles lining veins and arteries, muscles in the eye that directs the iris What do you notice about these two groups.

OpenStudy (phebe):

hold on k

OpenStudy (anonymous):

NP

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@Phebe The fist sentence of the of the wikipedia article should answer it for you.

OpenStudy (phebe):

ok

OpenStudy (phebe):

i see it

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@Phebe Yep, part peripheral nervous system that controls voluntary skeletal muscles.

OpenStudy (phebe):

ok thanx very much

OpenStudy (phebe):

can u help me with another one

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Yes. I'll leave when I don't have time to answer, otherwise I answer all questions I can.

OpenStudy (nincompoop):

it would really help if you read your book

OpenStudy (phebe):

wat book

OpenStudy (phebe):

thanx @mrdoldum

OpenStudy (nincompoop):

we hold two different types of cells somatic and germinal the former pertains to all the cells in the body and the other pertains specifically to the gametes/sex cells So, somatic pertains to the neurons connected to muscles, skeletal and skin. NEXT TIME, you need to provide choices for people to help you better. AND read your book!

OpenStudy (nincompoop):

maybe you need to reading from the very beginning of your book.

OpenStudy (phebe):

no i don;t

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@nincompoop Eh, who cares. The important part is learning. As a teacher, I really don't care where my students read, hear, see and comprehend the material; so long as my students learn the material I am happy. Further, your comments are not very constructive if you are truly attempting to get people to take a more active role in understanding the material. Books are great, but for people that have a hard time understanding concepts as presented in textbooks, simply "reading from the very beginning of [their] book" will not be helpful. In fact, this often has a negative effect on students. They frequently become discouraged and feel as if they are unable to understand the material. This can be amplified if others seem to have no issues with this learning method, and/or the teacher is disinclined to provide more material or present the material in different ways. Making people feel too stupid or too slow is the worst thing any educator can ever do in regard to a student learning material. Making condescending statements such as the one you made above may seem like a way to give students a "swift kick in the butt" but what, in my opinion, most students here is: "You should know this already and should not need to come bother me. You are wasting my time and you are not worth the effort it would take to bring you up to speed. Please do not bother me again until you actually have a real reason."

OpenStudy (phebe):

tru XDXD @mrdoldum good teacher rit there

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Opps, I typed "here" in place of "hear".

OpenStudy (phebe):

lol

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@Phebe Thank you.

OpenStudy (phebe):

welcomee