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What is your brain?
In one sense, since humans are animals, your brain does not differ from the brina of an animal. human brains, and those of the other great apes, do differ from those of other… animals in size relative to body size. In addition, human brains have structured that some other animals, reptiles, for example, lack.
The brain is the convoluted organ within your cranium (skull). It is the major part of the central nervous system, controlling the functions of the body. It is also the seat o…f cognitive intelligence. The human brain consists of four major parts: cerebrum, cerebellum, brain stem, and diencephalon. (the dienchephalon may also be grouped within the brain stem)
Yes, it is basically the base of the brain; it is where the brain starts. The brain stem extends from the spinal cord into the brain and is the oldest (most primitive) part of… the brain. Over time, the brain has developed on top of the brain stem to come to what it is today (in modern humans).
The brain is the control centre of the central nervous system, responsible for perception, attention, memory, emotion and action.
If you didn't have a brain, you really couldn't do anything pretty much. Example: You wouldn't be able to walk, because you would forget how to walk. Why we have a brain? …We have a brain so we can think, ( or walk. :-} ) If you didn't have a brain you wouldn't be able to ask this question. Actually walking is controlled almost entirely by nerve paths in the spine, the brain is not involved except to select where we are walking to (part of thinking).
The brain stem connects the brain to the spinal cord, so that the brain can send messages through the cord to the rest of the body. The functioning of the body is severely com…promised if the spinal cord connections are severed.
It is weird but the right side of your brain is connected to the left side. The brain stem deals with very very important functions that keep us alive.
The spinal cord.
NO. The brain cells and other nerve cells once formed in the embryo do not divide further in the entire lifetime. Once dead they are not replace. No matter what you do even me…dicine wont make new ones. Nothing can remake the cells and the cells do not get cut in half to make two.
The brain is an organ in your head that is protected by your skull. It controls all of the functions going in your body. It is divided in three parts namely cerebellum, ce…rebrum and brain stem.
Your brain is more complex than animals (you are a type of monkey ya'know) so one thing we can do that animals can't is think more, we also have more motor functions, therefor…e more coordination when we do things, we can also talk and the only other thing that can talk is a parrot, but parrots don't master a language, they just play back what they hear. We have an upper advantage on animals, making us dominant, but we need to be nice to our animal friends, because we were like them before.
The brain stem, otherwise known as the medulla, controls all your involuntary actions, such as heartbeat and digestion.
Brain cells *are* your brain since your brain is made of cells. There are different types of brain cells with different functions. Neurons are the cells that are actually resp…onsible for thought/functional regulation/signal conduction, etc. Glial cells such as astrocytes, oligodendrocytes and microglia are responsible for providing support to neurons to ensure property neuronal function.
brains help the body parts move and so people can live no brain no life
The hypothalamus is sometimes called "the brain of the brain". It is the hub for many automatic and homeostatic systems, including the circulatory system, metabolic processes,… and sensory inputs.
Yes it also affects all of your muscles and you could possibly die from Brain Cancer. You cant do what you used to do before when your muscles were working and your brain … Signs and Symptoms:A brain tumor can be accompanied by the following signs and symptoms:Headaches that often are worse in the morningSeizures (convulsions)Nausea or vomitingWeakness or loss of feeling in the arms or legsStumbling or lack of coordination when walkingAbnormal eye movements or changes in visionDrowsinessChanges in personality or memoryChanges in speechChanges in hearing http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/brain-cancer-000024.htm