Functions of cerebrum, Biology

Functions of cerebrum
  1. The forebrain is otherwise called as ‘cerebrum'.
  2. It is highest centre for controlling several functions in the body,
  3. The most interesting aspect of cerebrum is that right hemisphere controls the functions of the left side of the body and left hemisphere controls the functions of the right side of the body.
  4. In the cerebral cortex there are centres to receive and analyse various informations. Ex. visual, auditory centre, olfactory etc.
  5. It has the capacity to associate several sensations.
  6. Cerebrum is the seat of intelligence, thinking and judgement.
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