The surface of the cerebral hemispheres consists of ridges and grooves. The shallow grooves are called ________.
frontal and parietal lobes
The central sulcus of each cerebral hemisphere separates the ________.
In which lobe of the brain is the primary visual cortex located?
White matter of the CNS consists of ________.
This part of the brain stem is continuous with the spinal cord.
consists of fibers that connect the cerebral hemispheres
The corpus callosum ________.
Three meninges cover the brain and spinal cord. The innermost one is called the ________
Which of the following ventricles is found under the corpus callosum?
Which passageway connects the third and fourth ventricles?
Identify the passageway found in the spinal cord that is continuous with the ventricles
Cerebrospinal fluid is produced within the ventricles.
The ventricles are all interconnected.
Identify cranial nerve I.
Which of the following areas takes visual information from one side of the body and conveys it to the opposite side?
Which of the following structures is not part of the central nervous system?
Which of the following structures attach the pituitary gland to the brain?
All three regions of the brain stem can be observed on the ventral surface of the brain.
What structure connects the right and left cerebral hemispheres?
Which of the following areas form the central core of the brain
Where is the arbor vitae located?
What part of the corpora quadrigemina is clearly observed in a midsagittal section?
Which region of the brain is necessary for consciousness?
Which ventricles are divided by the septum pellucidum?
What type of tissue makes up the cerebral cortex?
What is the function of white matter?
The composition of gray matter includes neuron cell bodies.
White matter has a fatty consistency.
Name the membranous encasement surrounding the brain.
Which of the following regions cannot be observed superficially?
Which region of the brain contains gyri and sulci?
Which of the following landmarks separate the cerebrum from the cerebellum?
Which of the following landmarks divides the cerebrum in half?
The meninges consist of ___ layers.
Which of the following is the outer layer of the meninges?
is a major motor area of the brain
They are reflex centers for visual and auditory stimuli.
What is the function of the corpora quadrigemina?
Cerebrospinal fluid formed in the lateral ventricles travels through the ________ to reach the third ventricle.
This purely sensory cranial nerve carries signals associated with vision.
what does the cranial nerves III, IV, and VI move?
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