What is the function of pons and where it is located?

Asked by vaishnavi mishra | 1st Nov, 2012, 06:40: PM

Expert Answer:

The pons is a structure located on the brain stem. It is involved in motor control and sensory analysis. Within the pons is the pneumotaxic center. It has parts that are important for the level of consciousness and for sleep and also plays a role in generating dream. Some structures within the pons are linked to the cerebellum, thus are involved in movement and posture

Answered by  | 2nd Nov, 2012, 10:04: AM

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