What are the responsibilities of the region of the brain highlighted below?
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A. controlling voluntary body movements, and processing information from sense organs, thoughts, and learning abilities
B. coordinating movement and balance by using information from sensory nerves, including hand-eye coordination
C. regulating important involuntary bodily functions such as blood pressure, heart rate, breathing, and swallowing
D. regulating homeostasis, hunger and eating, thirst and drinking, and many other functions of basic survival
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I think its a? maybe? i'm not sure
the brainstem is highlighted if you can't see it...
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or B? like I said i'm not sure, still trying to find the right notes, i'm so unorganized lol ^_^
it is C because the medulla region controlles th involuntry actions of our body
the brain stem pons and medulla are highligthed
they are in charge of basic life functions:
respiration. acidity regulation. awareness (As opposite to coma - the reticular formation)
cranial nerves ganglia
decussation of ascending and descending pathways
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D.) regulating homeostasis, hunger and eating, thirst and drinking, and many other functions of basic survival