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The gray and white matter of the cerebrum have distinct purposes as well as different structure. Which statement best describes the gray matter of the brain?

answer; The gray matter of the cerebrum is the area of the brain where nerve cell bodies make connections, called synapses, that control brain activity.

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  1. Rehaan
    Yes that is true. The gray matter of the cerebrum is the area of the brain where nerve cell bodies make connections, called synapses, that control brain activity.

    White matter, on the other hand, is mostly the axons of neurons. The pale fatty insulator of axons, myelin, is mainly responsible for their whitish appearance on gross examination.
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