The locations of brain cells sensitive to the chemicals involved in the regulation of hunger and thirst are most likely distributed in a system within the core brain stem, rather than being concentrated in a single “center,” although nodes in the system can be identified. (Pribram, Karl H. Languages of the Brain. p 184-186. NJ: Prentice-hall, Inc., 1971.)

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