cerebrum

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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.
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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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