B. analyzes sensory information, stores information, makes decisions
The receptors sense the changes or stimuli. The sensory neurons of the nervous system deliver this sensory information to the processing center, that is, to the central nervous system. The central nervous system serves to store the information and analyze it to determine the best suitable response. The ability of the nervous system to the store and process of sensory information to make the effector organs to exhibit the best response represents its integrative function.