colossum

Farsi (Persian) translation: kolosom/کولوسوم

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English term or phrase:colossum
Farsi (Persian) translation:kolosom/کولوسوم
Entered by: Ali Beikian

12:54 Apr 9, 2005
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English term or phrase: colossum
colossum
militia (X)
Local time: 08:57
kolosom/کولوسوم
Explanation:
The Corpus Colossum is a thick band of white tissue (nerve fibres) lying below andconnecting the two hemispheres. It acts as a bridge between them. Most sensory input to the brain swiftly crosses via the Corpus Colossum from the incoming side to the opposite side for processing. This applies to visual, touch and auditory input. Smells
are the exception to the 'cross-over rule' as they are processed on the same side of the brain as the nostril that senses them. The Corpus Colossum is, on average, thicker in the female brain than
the male.
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kolosom/کولوسوم


Explanation:
The Corpus Colossum is a thick band of white tissue (nerve fibres) lying below andconnecting the two hemispheres. It acts as a bridge between them. Most sensory input to the brain swiftly crosses via the Corpus Colossum from the incoming side to the opposite side for processing. This applies to visual, touch and auditory input. Smells
are the exception to the 'cross-over rule' as they are processed on the same side of the brain as the nostril that senses them. The Corpus Colossum is, on average, thicker in the female brain than
the male.



    Reference: http://www.brainfriendlylearning.org/tfs-sample.pdf
Ali Beikian
Iran
Local time: 08:57
Native speaker of: Native in Persian (Farsi)Persian (Farsi), Native in Farsi (Persian)Farsi (Persian)
PRO pts in category: 71
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