Hint: The brain is an important organ protected by the skull, it is made up of a large mass of nervous tissue. In just about every major structure of the body, it plays a role. Some of its core functions are: processing sensory input, controlling blood pressure and breathing, releasing hormones.
The cortex and spinal cord are composed of the CNS. The brain is an essential organ that regulates our body's thinking, memory, feeling, touch, motor ability, vision, breathing, temperature, appetite, and another phase.
(a) The ventromedial nuclei of the hypothalamus regulate the sensation of feeling complete or a state of being saturated.
(b) Vomiting is regulated by two different brain regions, the vomiting center and thus the stimulus region of the chemoreceptor, all inside the medulla.
(c) Riding a bicycle requires balancing and thus the cerebellum governs the role of body balance.
(d) The pencil pick-up is dominated by the first motor region of the cerebral lobe.
The brain can be differentiated into forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain. The forebrain structures include the brain, thalamus, hypothalamus, pituitary, visceral brain, and thus the neuronal framework. Various nerve nuclei, tectum, tegmentum, colliculi, and crura cerebri are in the midbrain.
Hence, the correct answer is (Cerebellum)
Note: About every part of the physical body, ranging from bodily processes to cognitive ability, is regulated by the human brain. It works by receiving and transmitting signals to various parts of the body through neurons. The human brain has an analogous underlying structure, a little like most other mammals, but it is more formed than most mammalian