The Sense of Balance is Achieved by:

  1. Cerebellum equilibrium
  2.  Cerebrum equilibrium
  3.  Thalamus equilibrium
  4.  Spinal cord equilibrium

 

Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 4th July 2015 in Physics.
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    Answer: (1). Cerebellum equilibrium

    The sense of balance is achieved by Cerebellum equilibrium. it is known as a light brain. it is located inside the large brain that controls our motor. the balance is required at every place or in every work like walking sitting and running. the cerebellum is comprised of white matter and a thin outer layer of folded gray matter. the cerebellum contains hundreds of millions of neurons for processing data.

    RE: The Sense of Balance is Achieved by:

    The function of the cerebellum is that it control several works like movement coordinations, body language,  eye movement, etc.
    There are two other sense balance systems are Proprioceptive and Vestibular sense.

    vijay Professor Answered on 16th July 2015.
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