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Computer-generated rear view of the human brain

Computer-generated rear view of the human brain

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EDELMANN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY EDELMANN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Computer generated image of adult human brain, in rear view. The red regions denote cerebrum (ie the 2 cerbral hemispheres), which initiates & coordinates all voluntary activities in the body; the outer cortex is seat of intelligent behaviour. The blue-white area in centre is the mid-brain, the unit which maintains vital functions after birth, while the cerebrum is developing. The lower orange area is the cerebellum (divided like the cerebrum into white & grey matter), which controls balance & voluntary muscle coordination. Photo from Guigoz film "Naissance du cerveau dix milliards de galaxies" by Claude Edelmann.

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