5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- glossopharyngeal nerve
- Habenular nucleus
- hypothalamus; mammillary body; infundibulum; pituitary gland
- brainstem; medulla oblongata; pons; midbrain; reticular formation
- precentral; postcentral
- a Cranial nerve that sends sensory information from the carotid to the brain.
a b c d e
- c Part of the epithalamus that causes an emotional and visceral response to odors.
- d Cerebrum:
______ gyrus = primary motor cortex
_______ gyrus = primary somatic sensory cortex
a b c d
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The brain receives blood through the internal _______ and ________ arteries.
- The thalamus of the diencephalon is surrounded by the _____ ventricle.
- T or F: The medulla oblongata has both ascending and descending nerve tracts.
- Interruption of this to the brain can cause unconsciousness and irreversible brain damage.
- Folds of the cortex of the cerebrum.
5 True/False Questions
cerebrum; diencephalon → The limbic system is part of the ______ and ________ of the brain.
frontal lobe → Lobe of the cerebrum responsible for voluntary motor function, motivation, aggression, sense of smell, and mood.
control; computer → Part of the cerebrum that sits between the precentral and postcentral gyrus.
epithalamus → Part of the diencephalon that contains parts of red nuclei and substantia nigra.
motor → T or F: Cranial nerves are part of the PNS that arises directly from the brain.