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What is the location and function of the pyramidal cells and tracts of the brain?

Location: Medulla oblongata Function: To transmit nerve impulses from one side of the body to the other


Pyramidal cells are located in the region?

cerebral cortex


What are the sites of origin of the pyramidal tract?

the pyramidal cells in layer 5 of areas 4, 6 ,3-1&2


Is Spastcity pyramidal or extra pyramidal?

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A cerebral peduncle are fibers that are bundled together that contain pyramidal cells. The cells are found in all parts of the cerebral isocortex


Damage to the pyramidal cells of the cerebral cortex would directly affect?

voluntary motor activity.


What is cerebral peduncle?

A cerebral peduncle are fibers that are bundled together that contain pyramidal cells. The cells are found in all parts of the cerebral isocortex


What is the type of neurons that are present in the internal pyramidal layer of neocortex?

The "internal pyramidal layer" is the 5th layer of neocortex. You can find lots of large pyramidal neurons at this layer and they project their axons to subcortical structure.You can also find the "giant pyramidal cells of Betz" at this 5th layer of the motor areas. They are very large and they send their axons to corticospinal tract.


Primary motor area sends impulses via to control skeletal muscles?

The primary motor cortex send nervous impulses via the pyramidal cells, down the pyramidal tracts in the spinal cord.


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Pyramidal Cells-Found in the cerebral cortex, hippocampus, and amygdala.Purkinje Cells-Found in the cerebellum.Anterior Horn Cells-Found in the spinal cord.


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