What does the medulla controls in the human central nervous system?

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Feb 6, 2018

Answer:

The medulla oblongata in the brain controls autonomic functions of the body.

Explanation:

The medulla is apart of the autonomic nervous system meaning it operates with out consciously being aware or controlling it - and is located in the brain stem. The medulla controls autonomic functions such as breathing (respiratory rate), heart rate, digestion, swallowing, sneezing and pupillary response...