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5 Matching questions

  1. viscera
  2. motor
  3. central sulcus
  4. pons; medulla oblongata; folia; arbor vitae; purkinje; purkinje cell; lateral hemispheres
  5. hypothalamus
  1. a
    a b c d e f g
  2. b Part of the cerebrum that sits between the precentral and postcentral gyrus.
  3. c Thalamus:
    ventral anterior and ventral lateral nuclei = ______ function.
  4. d Portion of the diencephalon important in regulation of mood, emotion, sexual pleasure, satiation, rage and fear.
  5. e Def.: Internal organs collectively (especially those in the abdominal cavity).

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Formed by dura mater:

    ____ cerebri = longitudinal fissure between the two cerebral hemispheres.

    _________ cerebelli = dura mater between cerebellum and cerebrum.

    ____ cerebelli = dura mater between the two cerebellar hemispheres.
  2. The thalamus of the diencephalon is surrounded by the _____ ventricle.
  3. The _______ cranial nerve is primarily responsible for tongue motor function, while glossopharyngeal is one of the sensory cranial nerves for the tongue. (along with trigeminal and facial)

  4. ______ lobe; a b c d
  5. Connections (fibers) within the same hemisphere.

5 True/False questions

  1. temporal lobePart of the brain responsible for reception and evaluation for smell and hearing; emory, abstract thought, judgement.

          

  2. proteinCSF is similar to serum. The only difference is CSF has less _______.

          

  3. superiorThe _______ cerebellar peduncle goes to the midbrain.

          

  4. cerebrum; brainstem

          

  5. trigeminal; glossopharyngeal; vagus; accessory; hypoglossalName the cranial nerves with nuclei in the medulla oblongata.

          

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