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hemispheres

two halves of the cerebrum

impulse

message transmitted along the nerve cell

synapse

gap between two nervous pathways

cranial nerves

periphrial nerves that branch out from the brain

hypothalamus

controls functions and emotions

autonomic nervous system

controls automatic functions such as breathing

cerebrum

thinking part of brain

EEG

machine that records brain patters

meninges

stuff that covers the CNS

glial cells

support, feed, insulate neurons

stimulus

signal that prompts brain action

motor nerves

nerves that carry message from brain to muscles

sensory receptor

soothing that picks up a sense and passes along to sensory neuron

sensory neuron

passes information from sense receptor to brain or spinal cord

cerebrospinal fluid

protects the brain

gray matter

unmeylenated cells, also cerebral cortex

white matter

meylinated cells

interneurons

transmit signals, mostly in brain

brain stem

the beginning of the spinal cord in the brain

occipital lobe

site of vision comprehension

temporal lobe

hearing

medulla oblotata

breathing

cerebellum

balace and coordination

partial lobe

motor and sensory information

frontal lobe

assosiation

hypothalamus

controls many autonomic things

spongy bone

bone with holes, cancellous bone

trabeulae

struts for support in bone

osteon

functional unit of bone, tube with reversion canal and ostocyte

periosteum

for thickness in cells

thalamus

production of CSF

sacromere

bundle of muscle cells

collogen

connective tissues

tendon

muscle to bone connection

ligament

bone to bone connection

epiphyses plate

spongy bone with layer of compact bone

yellow marrow

in long bones, fat storage

red marrow

in flat bones, blood cells

osteoblasts

adds on more bone, b=build

osteoclasts

takes away bone, recycles calcium

medulla

autonomic stuff that you don't think about (peristalsis)

endosteum

to become thicker on the inside, like periosteum

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