Different areas of brain, Biology

Different areas of brain -

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HUMAN BRAIN

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DIFFERENT AREAS OF BRAIN

Note : -

In brain glutemic acid metabolins is common

In latemaria brain's size is smallest in ratio of body size.

In man 500 ml C.S.F. per day is absorbed.

In Brain 750 ml. blood/ minute flows. In brain's ventricle 125 ml C.S.F. is present out of total 150 ml.


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                                                 BRAIN OF RABBIT

Vausois's sphinctor connects optic lobes to cerebellum. In female in neuron barr body is present.

After removing cerebral hemisphere death takes place.

Memory is lost partially or completely is amensia. Anasthesia - loss of sensation.

Neurin protein is attached to inner surface af brain

Brain stem - medulla, pons virulli & mid brain collectively form brain stem. A diffuse ent work of nerve cells extend through it. It isreticular activating system (RAS)

Amygdala is found on the ventral surface of paracoel. It is related to recent & new memory.

Limbic system - Limbic lobe (area of temporal lobes) + hippocampus + hypothalamus + part of thalamus + amygdala form it. It is concerned with behavior's emotion, recent memory, food habit & sexual behaviour.

 

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L.S. OF BRAIN

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