BRAIN

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parts of brain*(fore brain,mid brain,hind brain)

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BRAIN:

BRAIN Submitted by C linta P V arghese

BRAIN:

BRAIN Brain is the highest coordinating centre in the body. It is covered by MENINGES It is protected by cranium weighs 1300 - 1400 g made up of about 100 billion neurons

PARTS OF BRAIN:

PARTS OF BRAIN Brain is broadly divided into : Fore brain Mid brain Hind brain

STRUCTURE OF BRAIN:

STRUCTURE OF BRAIN

Fore brain:

Fore brain The fore brain includes Cerebrum Olfactory lobes

FORE BRAIN:

FORE BRAIN

THE CEREBRUM:

THE CEREBRUM is divided into two cerebral hemispheres has an outer surface, or CORTEX, made of “ gray matter ”

The Cerebral Cortex:

The Cerebral Cortex the body’s ultimate control and information processing center

Parts of cerebrum:

Parts of cerebrum

The lobes of the cerebral hemispheres:

The lobes of the cerebral hemispheres

The lobes of the cerebral hemispheres:

The lobes of the cerebral hemispheres Vision Sensory Planning, decision making speech Auditory

FRONTAL LOBE:

FRONTAL LOBE is the center for voluntary movement is called the “motor area” (movement) includes the prefrontal area, for intelligence, creativity, memory, and ideas .

PARIETAL LOBE:

PARIETAL LOBE Collects, recognizes, and organizes sensations: feelings of pain temperature touch position movement

THE TEMPORAL LOBE :

THE TEMPORAL LOBE processes auditory (hearing ) information stores auditory (hearing) and visual (seeing) memories includes Broca’s speech area

THE OCCIPITAL LOBE:

THE OCCIPITAL LOBE is at the back of the cerebral hemisphere involves Vision visual memory eye movements

Mid brain:

Mid brain It is the small portion of the brain that connects cerebrum with the other parts of the brain and spinal cord controls vision hearing muscles

Mid brain:

Mid brain

Hind brain:

Hind brain It consists of Cerebellum Pons Medulla oblangata

HIND BRAIN:

HIND BRAIN

The Cerebellum:

The Cerebellum Helps coordinate voluntary movement and maintain posture of the body

Pons :

Pons Connects the medulla oblongata, cerebellum, and cerebrum Associates with sensory nerves: taste, hearing, and balance. Controls muscles of the face. Helps to regulate respiration

Medulla oblangata:

Medulla oblangata controls alertness heart action respiration (breathing) blood pressure

MEDULLA OBLANGATA:

MEDULLA OBLANGATA Helps to regulate swallowing coughing sneezing vomiting

MEDULLA OBLANGATA:

MEDULLA OBLANGATA connects the CEREBRUM with the SPINAL CORD the RIGHT side of the brain controls the LEFT side of the body. the LEFT side of the brain controls the RIGHT side of the body.

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