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What is the main sensory relay center of the brain?
Last Updated: 12th April, 2020
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Regarding this, what part of the brain is a major sensory relay center?
It receives all the sensory inputs from all part of body and these impulses are send to the cerebral cortex. Cerebrum wraps around the thalamus. Hence, thalamus is a major coordinating centre for sensory and motor signalling.
One may also ask, what is a relay center? relay center. [′rē‚lā ‚sen·t?r] (communications) A switching center in which messages are automatically routed according to data contained in the messages or message headers.
Furthermore, which of the following is the sensory relay station of the brain?
The brainstem is the lower extension of the brain, located in front of the cerebellum and connected to the spinal cord. It consists of three structures: the midbrain, pons and medulla oblongata. It serves as a relay station, passing messages back and forth between various parts of the body and the cerebral cortex.
Where does the thalamus relay information to?
The dorsal thalamus, usually simply referred to as the thalamus is a subdivision of a brain area called the diencephalon, which also includes the eptithalamus, the ventral thalamus and the subthalamic thalamus. The thalamus relays sensory impulses from receptors in various parts of the body to the cerebral cortex.