4 good questions on "Sequential movement and supplementary motor area"

The supplementary motor area (SMA) (area 6) is crucial for?
Generating movements in the absence of explicit sensory cues,
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How does the SMA neurons convey information
It is more active as it wants to guide the production of a sequence of reaching movements
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What role does the prefrontal cortex play of movement sequeces
The initiation and termination of movement sequences
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What does the primary motor cortex for sequences of commands
They activate pools of motor units in the brainstem and spinal cord to produces the desired movements
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