School Biology revision notes: Brain 1. Structure and function of brain
The Brain 1. The functions of the main parts of the brain and the spinal cord
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(1) The spinal cord and the main parts of the brain and their function
Summary of learning objectives and key words or phrases for how the brain works
Appreciate that the brain is very complex and different regions perform different functions.
Describe and explain the function of the cerebral cortex
Describe and explain the function of the medulla oblongata
Describe and explain the function of the cerebellum
Describe and explain the function of the brain stem
Describe and explain the function of the spinal cord
Describe and explain the function of the pituitary gland
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