postheadericon Genetics Sequencing the: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

SYNAPSE A physical gap between two neurons that functions as the site of transfer of information from one neuron to another. TEMPORAL LOBE one of four major subdivisions of each hemisphere of the cerebral cortex. The functions of the temporal lobe in auditory perception, speech, visual perception and complex. THALAMUS A structure consisting of two egg-shaped masses of nerve tissue, each about the size of a walnut, deep in the brain. A Key for sensory information flowing into the brain, the thalamus filters on information of particular importance from the mass of signals entering the brain. VENTRICLES comparatively large spaces filled with cerebrospinal fluid. Of the four ventricles, three are located in the forebrain and the brainstem. The lateral ventricles, the two largest, are symmetrically placed above the brainstem, one in each hemisphere. Wernicke ZONE A region of the brain responsible for language comprehension and speech production significantly. Indices in bold refer to illustrations. Attention amyotrophic lateral deficit hyperactivity disorder Multiple Sclerosis

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