The role of the cortex in the regulation of motor functions

Motor zone to about ry in primates and humans predtsentralnoy located in the area, ie.   e.   in front of the central gyrus and the posterior portions of the upper and middle lo b GOVERNMENTAL convolutions. Besides these, an additional motor area is

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Motor zone to about ry in primates and humans predtsentralnoy located in the area, ie.   e.   in front of the central gyrus and the posterior portions of the upper and middle lo b GOVERNMENTAL convolutions. Besides these, an additional motor area is

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Participation of the thalamus in the regulation of motor functions

The thalamus, as a collector of almost all sensory information, processes this information before it enters the corresponding areas of the cortex. Therefore, the accuracy of this largely determines the possibility of processing and to use sensory

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The thalamus, as a collector of almost all sensory information, processes this information before it enters the corresponding areas of the cortex. Therefore, the accuracy of this largely determines the possibility of processing and to use sensory

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The role of the basal ganglia in the regulation of motor activity

It is believed that afferent input basal nuclei is mild and tum, t.   e.   tailed body and shell. There are three main incoming afferent stream. The first carries sensory information from the thalamus. The second stream of afferentation comes from the midbrain

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It is believed that afferent input basal nuclei is mild and tum, t.   e.   tailed body and shell. There are three main incoming afferent stream. The first carries sensory information from the thalamus. The second stream of afferentation comes from the midbrain

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The participation of the cerebellum in the regulation of motor activity. 

According to the generally accepted opinion, the main value of the cerebellum is that it corrects and complements the activities of other motor centers. The main function of the cerebellum – the regulation of posture

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According to the generally accepted opinion, the main value of the cerebellum is that it corrects and complements the activities of other motor centers. The main function of the cerebellum – the regulation of posture

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The role of the brain stem in the regulation of motor functions

Engine s nye nucleus of cranial nerves . As is known, part of the cranial nerves has a brain stem, which includes the medulla, bridge and midbrain, contains structures involved in the regulation of muscle activity. These are

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Engine s nye nucleus of cranial nerves . As is known, part of the cranial nerves has a brain stem, which includes the medulla, bridge and midbrain, contains structures involved in the regulation of muscle activity. These are

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The role of the spinal cord in the regulation of motor activity. 

With uch as spinal cord pation carried primitive processes regulating skeletal muscle activity, allowing to perform phase-type motion of flexion and extension in the respective joints, as well as regulatory and ruyuschie muscle tone. The regulation of muscle tone

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With uch as spinal cord pation carried primitive processes regulating skeletal muscle activity, allowing to perform phase-type motion of flexion and extension in the respective joints, as well as regulatory and ruyuschie muscle tone. The regulation of muscle tone

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Organization of the activity of the motor systems of the brain. 

The regulation I tion phase (dynamic) and postural (static) muscle activity etc. and neem together various structures of the brain – spinal cord, brain stem, cerebellum, thalamus, basal ganglia and the cerebral cortex. Ka w dy of the brain to perform

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The regulation I tion phase (dynamic) and postural (static) muscle activity etc. and neem together various structures of the brain – spinal cord, brain stem, cerebellum, thalamus, basal ganglia and the cerebral cortex. Ka w dy of the brain to perform

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The nucleus of the hypothalamus as a component of the limbic system. 

Irritation of the medial nuclei of the hypothalamus in cats causes an immediate rage reaction. A similar reaction is observed in cats when a part of the brain located in front of the hypothalamus nuclei

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Irritation of the medial nuclei of the hypothalamus in cats causes an immediate rage reaction. A similar reaction is observed in cats when a part of the brain located in front of the hypothalamus nuclei

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Participation of the hippocampus in the formation of motivations and emotions. 

It has been shown that removal of hippocampus in animals causes giperseksual s NOSTA which, however, do not disappear when castration (the bunks can have shatsya maternal behavior). This suggests that the variable f of sexual behavior of modulated arhiopaleokorteksa has

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It has been shown that removal of hippocampus in animals causes giperseksual s NOSTA which, however, do not disappear when castration (the bunks can have shatsya maternal behavior). This suggests that the variable f of sexual behavior of modulated arhiopaleokorteksa has

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Hippocampus

Hippocampus (sea horse or hippocampus) is located deep in the temporal lobes and is elongated elevation (for and hydrochloric 3 cm) on the medial wall of the lower, or temporal, horns of the lateral ventricle. This elevation, or

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Hippocampus (sea horse or hippocampus) is located deep in the temporal lobes and is elongated elevation (for and hydrochloric 3 cm) on the medial wall of the lower, or temporal, horns of the lateral ventricle. This elevation, or

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