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    Amphibian brain structure

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    What the three primary vesicles in the amphibian brain and what are their primary functions?

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    The solution to this problem lies in what is asked. You have to mention the PRIMARY vesicles in a primitive brain. All brains can be divided into the forebrain, the midbrain and the hindbrain. These sections are also known as ...

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    There are three main vesicles in the brain of amphibians. Understanding these structures will help in understanding brain evolution as you move up to more complex animals.

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