Module Ten Lesson One Assignment One

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Colton Meads Module Ten Lesson One Assignment One The six I chose I feel are the most important to living out of the brain are as follows. The medulla oblongata because it carries out and regulates life sustaining functions such as breathing, swallowing and our heart rate. The frontal lobe because it allows us to think and essentially make decisions. Next I would choose the thalamus as it allows for things from the sensory receptors to become processed in the brain. The corpus callosum is also essential it connects the right and left hemispheres without this we wouldn’t function right as a whole at all. The occipital lobe and pons are essential as well as the occipital lobe is responsible for processing visual information from the eyes and the pons, which like the medulla, carries
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