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CNS

parts of the brain and their functions

StructureFunction
cerebellum maintain balance and posture
pons relay between left and right side of cerebellum
medulla oblongata control heartbeat and breathing rate
occipital lobe includes the visual cortex
parietal lobe interprets sensory information coming from touch and pressure receptors in the skin
frontal lobe includes the primary motor cortex
temporal lobe processes auditory information
hypothalamus monitors body temperature and blood pressure
corpus callosum connects left and right hemispheres of the brain
Broca's area on frontal lobe enables the formation of spoken language
Wernicke area on temporal lobe enables comprehension when someone is speaking to you
Created by: biology030