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Brain
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  • 1. :
  • 2. Fore brain• The fore brain includes
  • 3. Fore brain Olfactory cerebrum lobes Frontal lobe Piratical lobe Temporal lobe Occipital lobe Touch, smell, Reception of Reception ofMuscular activities temperature sound vision
  • 4. FORE BRAIN
  • 5. THE CEREBRUM
  • 6. The Cerebral Cortex• the body’s ultimate control and information processing center
  • 7. Parts of cerebrum
  • 8. The lobes of the cerebral hemispheres
  • 9. The lobes of the cerebral hemispheres Planning, decision Sensory making speech Auditory Vision
  • 10. FRONTAL LOBEfor
  • 11. PARIETAL LOBECollects, recognizes, and organizes sensations:feelings of pain temperature touch position movement
  • 12. THE TEMPORAL LOBE• processes auditory (hearing) information• stores auditory (hearing) and visual (seeing) memories• includes Broca’s speech area
  • 13. THE OCCIPITAL LOBE• is at the back of the cerebral hemisphere involves• Vision• visual memory• eye movements
  • 14. Mid brainIt is the small portion of the brain that connects cerebrum with the other parts of the brain and spinal cordcontrols vision hearing muscles
  • 15. Mid brain
  • 16. Hind brainIt consists of• Cerebellum• Pons• Medulla oblangata
  • 17. HIND BRAIN
  • 18. Maintain posture cerebellum and balanceHind pons Regulate respirationbrain Medulla Control involuntary oblangata actions
  • 19. The Cerebellum• Helps coordinate voluntary movement and maintain posture of the body
  • 20. PonsConnects the medulla oblongata, cerebellum, and cerebrum
  • 21. Medulla oblangatacontrols alertness heart action respiration (breathing) blood pressure
  • 22. MEDULLA OBLANGATAHelps to regulate• swallowing• coughing• sneezing• vomiting
  • 23. MEDULLA OBLANGATAconnects the CEREBRUMwith 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.
  • 24. Thank u

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