Hello Students, Here we are provided Labelled diagram of Human Brain with pencil in a simple way. Drawing of Human Brain can be huge struggle for beginners. CBSE / ICSE students who are always avoid drawing, this post is just for you!
Students of Class 6, Class 7, Class 8, Class 9 & Class 10 CBSE / ICSE board Students can follow this post. Here we have also added a Video by our Teacher, in where our Mam has indicated each Part as well as function of each part.
The spinal cord is made up of nerves that provide information for thinking. Thinking contains more complex mechanisms and neural connections. These are concentrated in the brain, which is the main coordination centre of the body.
The central nervous system is made up by the spinal cord and brains. The message or the information is received from all parts of the body and then integrate it. So the brain also has to send messages to the muscles.
This is another way the nervous system communicates with the muscles. Communication between the central nervous system and the rest of the body is facilitated by the peripherial nervous system, which includes the cranial nerves that originate from the brain and the spinal nerves which originate from the spinal cord.
Thus the brain allows us to think and act based on those thoughts. As you might expect, this is accomplished by a complex design, with different parts of the brain responsible for integrating different inputs and outputs.
The brain has three parts the forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain. The forebrain is the main and important thinking part of the brain. It contains areas that receive sensory impulses from various receptors.
Separate parts of the forebrain are specialized for hearing, smell, vision, etc. There are distinct areas of association where this sensory information is combined with information from other receptors as well as information already stored in the brain and interpreted.
Based on all this, a decision is made about how to respond and information is passed to the motor areas that control voluntary muscle movements for example, the muscles in our legs.
Discussion in video with function below –