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Brain

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Brain
Human Brain
Human Brain
The different parts of the brain
Different Lobes
Human Brain
How it functions :
Human Brain
The Personality - You.
Human Brain - Some Facts
Weighs approximately 3 pounds
Mostly water - 78%
Fat - 10%
Protein - 8%
Soft enough to cut with a butter knife
Grapefruit-sized organ
Brain consumes about 20% of the body's energy .
The Brain uses about 1/5 of the body's oxygen.
The Brain gets about 8 gallons of blood each hour (supplying nutrients like glucose, protein, trace elements, and oxygen).
Brain needs 8-12 glasses of water a day for optimal functioning.

Ambika Singh
The most amazing part of our body is the Brain.
It controls the motor function & the movements of our body parts as well as feeling the different sensations that we encounter in daily life (sense organs).
Medulla

Pituitary gland

Hypothalamus

cerebellum

Cerebrum

Brain structure

The brain is the most complex living structure in the Universe.
The brain consists of nerve cells that transmit the messages from the sensory parts of our body to the brain which processes these signals and makes the body to adapt accordingly to the external environment.
Frontal Lobe :
Area around your forehead involved in insightful acts like judgment, creativity, problem solving, and planning.

Parietal Lobe :
Top back area of the brain, Processes higher sensory and language functions.

Temporal Lobe :
Left and right side above and around the ears,
It is responsible for hearing, memory, meaning of words.

Occipital Lobe :
It is responsible for vision.
Scientist may have mapped the entire brain, but they are still to understand how a person shows different emotions like laughter, joy, happiness and sadness.

So, the reasearch is on to find the secrets of the brain.
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