Analysis: The Five Parts Of A Frankenstein Monster

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If I was to create a Frankenstein monster with only five parts of the brain it would be the medulla, pons, reticular formation, thalamus, and cerebellum. The medulla obiangata controls your breathing, digesting, sneezing, heart and blood vessel functions, and swallowing. This would be important so the monster could breath and have a functioning heart. Pons function is to connect the upper and lower parts of the brain and helps with movement and coordination. Without this it wouldn’t be able to do certain activities and have balance issues. Sleep and consciousness are controlled and regulated by the reticular formation. This is important so the monster will feel pain and be able to sleep. The thalamus relays sensory and motor signals making
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