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What do the pons link the cerebellum to?

Asked by MoonLight, Last updated: Mar 15, 2018

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J. Alva

J. Alva

Answered on Nov 14, 2019

The pons and the cerebellum are parts of the brain that are not considered to be as developed as the other parts. The pons links the cerebellum to the brain stem and the central portion of the brain. There was a time when people were not sure what the cerebellum and the pons are for.

Over time, people have realized that they are more connected to emotions and the way that people feel. The cerebellum can also help in making people have better mobility. The pons will make sure that information from the cerebellum and the cerebrum will be passed on to ensure that the movements that a person will do are cohesive.

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L. Agate

L. Agate

Answered on Oct 14, 2019

The pons and the cerebellum are parts of the brain. Both roles assist in the basic sensory and motor functions and thus similar compositions. These two parts work together, ensuring that there is proper movement in living organisms.

The pons and cerebellum are comprised of some of the older and less developed sections of the brain. Mobility is the chief responsibility of the cerebellum, although there are other factors such as emotional expression connected with the structure. The pons is positioned in the front of the cerebellum on the brain stem. The pons is linked to the cerebellum and to the central portion of the brain: the cerebellum.

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