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brain

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what part of the brain is known to be prosencephalon cerebrum,thalamus,hypothalamus
what part of the brain is known to be mesenencepalon optic lobes,mid brain nuclei
what part of the brain is known to be rhombencephalon pons,medulla,cerebellum
what is the function of thalamus area of relay for sensory information
what is the function of cerebrum thought process,memory
what is the function of hypothalamus control appetite and body temperature
what is the function of pons help medulla with rate and depth breathing
what is the function of cerebellum coordination,equilibrium
what is the function of medulla helps with bood flow and heart rate
what is the function of optic lobes visual information
what is the function of midbrain nuclei hearing
temporal speech understanding
occipital visual cortex
frontal olfactory complex
parietal 5 senses
temporal audioty complex
frontal motor
frontal speech
Created by: adkhan