The arbor vitae refers to [Solved]

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Arbor vitae refers to the  gray matter in the cerebrum  white matter in the cerebellum  gray matter in the cerebellum  white matter in the cerebrum  The brain and spinal cord make up tins division of the nervous system.  autonomic nervous system (ANS)  central nervous system (CNS)  somatic division of the peripheral nervous system  peripheral nervous system (PNS)  The olfactory bulbs of the sheep  are relatively larger than those in humans  are less important as a food-getting sense than those in humans  are located more superiorly than those in humans  carry visual information  In which lobe of the brain is the primary visual cortex located  temporal  frontal  occipital  parietal Please help Arbor vitae refers to the gray matter in the cerebrum white matter in the cerebellum gray matter in the cerebellum white matter in the cerebrum The brain and spinal cord make up tins division of the nervous system. autonomic nervous system (ANS) central nervous system (CNS) somatic division of the peripheral nervous system peripheral nervous system (PNS) The olfactory bulbs of the sheep are relatively larger than those in humans are less important as a food-getting sense than those in humans are located more superiorly than those in humans carry visual information In which lobe of the brain is the primary visual cortex located temporal frontal occipital parietal

(1)
White matter in the cerebellum
The arbor vitae refers to the cerebellar white matter
(2) Central nervous system
Brain and spinal cord are part of central nervous system
(3) relatively larger than those in humans
The olfactory bulb is larger in a sheep brain than in the human
brain.
(4) occipital lobe
primary visual cortex is located in the most posterior portion
of the brains occipital lobe .

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