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Name: Harley Emanuel
Relationship status: single
Birthday: 15th April 1991
I choose medulla oblongata as my preferred part of the brain to discuss.
One school that my brain part would have attended is a school that mainly deals with basic body functions like digestion, respiration, and other cardiovascular activities (Ambalavanar, 2004). I would do this because I wish to understand the manner in the medula oblangata contributes to the wellness of the physiological processes. A place of work that my medalla oblongata would wish to work in is a hospital. It is the point where most of the knowledge about medulla oblongata is applied. To put the knowledge I have into practice, I have to join a facility where most of the activities revolve around such knowledge.
My medulla oblongata would be friends with four other parts. The first one is the pons. Like the part that mainly controls a lot of respiratory activities, I would be friends with it so that we can easily coordinate the process. Secondly, I would be friends with is the cerebellum. The part mainly controls the movement of muscles so as to maintain posture and balance (Ke, 2002). I would also be friends with thalamus. It is the sensory center and it would be wise to be friends so as to get correct information at any time. The last part is the cerebral cortex that mainly processes information (Robin, 2016). I would need a part that processes any information received from the other parts.
Two Facebook groups that my part of the brain would want to join
A Facebook group about the wellness of the digestive system
A Facebook group about the importance of a good respiratory system
Two posts that my part of the brain would make
Is it possible to improve your digestive system by ensuring your medulla oblongata is super active?
How can one ensure that they avoid cardiovascular diseases?
Robin L. (2016). Serotonin Receptors in the Medulla Oblongata of the Human Fetus and Infant: The Analytic Approach of the International Safe Passage Study. Journal of Neuropathology & Experimental Neurology
Ke Ren. (2002). The medulla oblongata: The vital center for descending modulation. Journal of pain.
Ambalavanar R. (2004). Neural activation in the medulla oblongata during Selective Elicitation of the Laryngeal Adductor Response. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2376830/
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