Human Brain - What is the Structure and Functions of Human Brain Class 10 Science
Human Brain – What is the Structure and Functions of Human Brain Class 10 Science
What is the Structure and Functions of Human Brain Class 10 Science
In this article, we will study the Structure and Functions of the Human Brain from the topic Control and Coordination out of Class 10 Science.
The Brain is the command center for the nervous system. It receives input from the sensory organs and sends output to the muscles. The human brain has the same basic structure as other mammal brains but is larger in relation to body size than any other brains
The brain is enclosed in the brain box (Cranium) and protected by a cerebrospinal fluid which acts as a shock absorber. It has several layers called MENINGES.
Spinal Cord: Spinal Cord is enclosed in the Vertebral column.
(a) Fore-brain (CEREBRUM) – Forebrain is the most specialized/complex part of the brain.
Thinking part of the brain
2. Control the voluntary actions.
3. Memory storage – Store information
4. Centre associated with HUNGER
5. Receives sensory impulses from various body parts and integrates it
(b) Mid Brain
It connects the hind-brain with the fore-brain. It is the part of the central nervous system associated with vision, arousal (alertness), motor control, sleep/wake, hearing, and temperature regulation.
(c) Hind-Brain – Consists – Cerebellum, Medulla, and Pons
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