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cerebrum:

see brainbrain,
the supervisory center of the nervous system in all vertebrates. It also serves as the site of emotions, memory, self-awareness, and thought. Anatomy and Function
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cerebrum

[sə′rē·brəm]
(cell and molecular biology)
The enlarged anterior or upper part of the vertebrate brain consisting of two lateral hemispheres.

cerebrum

1. the anterior portion of the brain of vertebrates, consisting of two lateral hemispheres joined by a thick band of fibres: the dominant part of the brain in man, associated with intellectual function, emotion, and personality
2. the brain considered as a whole
3. the main neural bundle or ganglion of certain invertebrates
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