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  1. Fissure
  2. Fetal Development of Brain (3)
  3. Pia Mater
  4. Interventricular foramen
  5. Pons
  1. a *Location = SUPERIOR TO MEDULLA
    *Function = A w/ RR / Assoc w/ Orientation of head in relation to VISUAL and AUDITORY STIMULI
    *Cranial Nerves V-VIII (5-8)
  2. b Forebrain = divides → Anterior / Posterior portions:
    *Telencephalon (Anterior)
    *Diencephalon (Posterior)
    *Midbrain = Mesencephalon stays the same
    *Hindbrain = partially divides into two parts:
    *metencephalon
    *myelencephalon
  3. c *Channels that allow CSF produced in the lateral ventricles to reach the 3RD VENTRICLE and then the rest of the brain's ventricular system.
  4. d *A long narrow slit or groove that divides an organ into lobes
  5. e *Innermost layer around the brain, attached to the nervous tissue of the brain and spinal cord and follows all the contours of these structures -
    *Holds blood vessels that supply NUTRIENTS and O₂ → brain and spinal cord.
    *Forms the CHOROID PLEXUS in the VENTRICULAR SYS

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Prosencephalon: divides to form the Telencephalon and Diencephalon
    Largest, most complicated, and most advanced of the three divisions of the brain; comprises the thalamus, hypothalamus, limbic system, basal ganglia, corpus callosum, and cortex,
  2. *Beneath the ARACHNOID MEMBRANE and above PIA MATTER
    *Contains the CEREBROSPINAL FLUID and the CIRCULATORY SYS for the CEREBRAL CORTEX
  3. *Separates = FRONTAL and PARIETAL lobes laterally
  4. *Produces the hormone MELATONIN = CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS, INTERNAL CLOCK,
  5. *HIND BRAIN = develops the back of the brain - divided into the Myencephalon and Metacephalon

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  1. Charcteristics of CNS*Integration and coordination
    *Covered in a system of meninges-suspended in CSF
    *Protected by skull and veterbral column
    *Gray Matter-unmyelinated neurons, cappillaries, glial cells, cell bodies and dendrites
    *White Matter-myelinated axons, nerve fibers w/o dendrites
    White Matter of SC=3 funiculi (ant., post., lateral)

          

  2. Meninges-Cavities between the cerebrum and brain stem
    -Contain cerebrospinal fluid

          

  3. Pituitary gland*Produces the hormone MELATONIN = CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS, INTERNAL CLOCK,

          

  4. Parts of the Forebrain...

          

  5. Vermis*ELEVATED ridges on CORTICAL SURFACE of CEREBRAL HEMISPHERE = increase surface area & provide space for additional cortical neurons

          

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