Brain Anatomy

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The brainstem

Answer:
a)  a) contains areas involved in higher mental functions
b)  b) controls speech production
c)  c) is the oldest part of the brain
d)  d) contains brain cells that provide nutrients and insulating myelin
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Question: The brainstem
Answer:
a) contains areas involved in higher mental functions
b) controls speech production
c) is the oldest part of the brain
d) contains brain cells that provide nutrients and insulating myelin