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Why is trauma to the brain stem more dangerous than trauma to the frontal lobes?
Last Updated: 31st January, 2020
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Similarly, it is asked, what is the most important autonomic center of brain?
The medulla oblongata (myelencephalon) is the lowerhalfof the brainstem continuous with the spinal cord. Its upperpart iscontinuous with the pons. The medulla contains thecardiac,respiratory, vomiting, and vasomotor centersregulatingheart rate, breathing, and blood pressure.
what is the significance of the fact that the olfactory bulbs are much larger in the sheep brain than in the human brain? The olfactory bulb is larger in asheepbrain than in the human brain. This largerolfactorybulb allows the sheep to have a stronger senseof smellwhich is vital to its survival.
Similarly, it is asked, what are the cerebral lobes?
The cerebral cortex is divided lengthways intotwocerebral hemispheres connected by the corpuscallosum.Traditionally, each of the hemispheres has been dividedinto fourlobes: frontal, parietal, temporalandoccipital.
What coordinates are complex muscle movements?
The cerebellum receives information from thesensorysystems, the spinal cord, and other parts of the brain andthenregulates motor movements. The cerebellumcoordinatesvoluntary movements such as posture,balance, coordination,and speech, resulting in smooth and balancedmuscularactivity.