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LAB PROJECT 6.0

LAB PROJECT 6.0 BRAIN

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FRONTAL LOBE LOCATED BEHIND FOREHEAD RESPONSIBLE FOR LANGUAGE,PROBLEM SOLVING,ABILITY TO REASON
TEMPORAL LOBE FOUND ON EACH SIDE OF THE CEREBRUM RESPONSIBLE FOR HEARING
PARIETAL LOBE LOCATED BEHIND THE FRONTAL LOBE AND IS MID SECTION IT ALLOWS US TO RECOGNIZE PAIN,TEMPERATURE,ALLOWS US TO DO MATH AND READ
OCCIPITAL LOBE LOCATED IN THE BACK OF BRAIN SMALLEST OF THE BRAIN AID IN HEARING
DIENCEPHALON OR INTERBRAIN LOCATED ABOVE THE BRAINSTEM CONTROLS THE BODY TEMP,SLEEP PATTERNS,WHETHER A PERSON FEELS FULL OR HUNGRY
THALAMUS LOCATED IN 3RD VENTRICLE ACTS LIKE A RELAY STATION FOR SENSORY IMPULSES
HYPOTHALAMUS LOCATED BELOW THE THALAMUS ABOVE THE PITUITARY GLAND REGULATION FOR BODY TEMP AND HYDRATION,METABOLISM
CEREBELLUM LARGEST SECTION OF THE BRAIN
MIDBRAIN MIDBRAIN IS VISUAL AND AUDITORY REFLEXES ARE CONTROLLED HERE
PONS ACTS AS A RELAY STATION AIDS IN THE MEDULLA OBLONGATA IN REGULATING BREATHING
MEDULLA OBLONGATA JOINS THE BRAIN TO THE SPINAL CORD
SPINAL CORD RESIDES INSIDE THE SPINE TRANSMITS IMPULSES TO AND FROM THE BRAIN
PITUITARY GLAND HANGS BY A STALK FROM THE HYPOTHALAMUS ITS CALLED MASTER GLAND BECAUSE IT REGULATES THE FUNCTIONS OF THE OTHER GLANDS
CORPUS CALLOSUM THE FLEXIBLE TISSUE
GYRI FOLDS OF THE BRAIN
SULCI GROOVES ARE IN BETWEEN
Created by: barefeetokie2003