The correct answer is: overload their frontal lobes.
The frontal lobes are one of the four major brain lobes found in humans and are located at the front of each hemisphere. Frontal lobes are responsible for many important things, such as voluntary movement, numeracy skills, language and decision making.
The frontal lobes start developing in childhood and keep maturing until early adulthood. Their front part, the prefrontal cortex, is the latest to develop and is responsible for controlling impulses - which explains why kids and teenagers are much more impulsive than adults.
The flocculonodular lobe is in the cerebellum and is involved in moving the head and the eyes in order to maintain balance.
The abducens nucleus (located in the brain stem) coordinates the movements of the two eyes, and the globose nucleus (located in the cerebellum) coordinates the connection between the cerebellum and the rest of the central nervous system.
the formation of the layers
Overinflated tires and underinflated tires can both cause tire wear. Answer: tire tread wear.
Over time, overinflated tires lead to excessive inner tire tread wear, decreasing the overall lifespan of tires. An overinflated tire is more like to burst.
An underinflated tire is more like to roll The tire pressure is too low, and too much of the tire is in contact with the road. The underinflated tires generate heat, causes internal friction in the tire causing premature outer tread wear.
C. reduced tread wear (DriversEd.com)
microorganisms that remain with the person throughout life
The body’s resident microbiota are the microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, protists and viruses that lives on a long term basis on or within the human body such as tissue, gastrointestinal tracts, liver, mammary glands, skin etc.
The phenotype is the visible physical or biochemical characteristic of an individual organism which is determined by both genetic factors (genotype) and environmental influences. There are many environmental factors and they include diet, climate, illness and stress. If environmental factors have a strong influence this means the phenotypic plasticity is high (capable to change).