The midbrain acts as a relay station.
The spinal cord acts to connect the nerves of the body to the brain
The medulla oblongata acts as a relay station between the brain and the spinal cord
The thalamus encloses the shallow third ventricle of the brain, and is the relay station for sensory impulses passing upwards to the sensory cortex.
thalamus is the brain's relay station :)
Transmits neural signals between the brain and the rest of the body.
There is no relay station in nerve impulse conduction.
Thalamus is not gland , it is part of brain .a relay station for sensory impulses passing upward to the sensory cortex
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It depends on which group of thalamic nuclei that you are referring to.anterior group of nuclei = relay station for hippocampal impulsesmedial group of nuclei = relay station for visceral impulsesanterior ventral group of nuclei = relay station for extrapyramidal impulsesintermediate ventral group of nuclei = relay station for cerebellar impulses concerned with integration of muscle tonepostero-lateral ventral group of nuclei = relay station for exteroceptive impulses & proprioceptive impulses from the opposite side of the body below the headpostero-medial ventral group of nuclei = relay station for exteroceptive and proprioceptive impulses from opposite side of headinterlaminar + midline + reticular nuclei = participate in the arousal reactions of the brain
The medulla oblongata functions primarily as a relay station for the crossing of motor tracts between the spinal cord and the brain.