5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- pineal gland
- 200,000; inhibitory; nuclei
- mammillary bodies
- pia mater
- a Bulges on the ventral surface of the hypothalamus. Olfactory reflexes, emotional responses to odors.
- b Part of the diencephalon that has two lateral portions connected by the intermediate mass.
- c Part of the epithalamus that may influence sleepiness, regulate biological clock, and play a role in the onset of puberty.
- d Purkinje cells receive ______ synapses, are ______, and are the only cereballar cortex neurons that send axons to the cerebellar ______.
- e Thin, delicate CT membrane closely adhered to brain. Follows external contours.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Cerebellar Peduncles: Fiber tracts int he cerebellum that communicate with other parts of the brain.
- Def.: White matter between the cortex and nuclei that contains association, commissural, and projection fibers.
- Part of the cerebellum that controls balance and eye movements.
- Part of the cerebrum that sits between the precentral and postcentral gyrus.
- The cerebrum is composed of right and left ________ each of which has the following lobes: frontal, parietal, occipital temporal, and ______.
5 True/False Questions
dura mater; arachnoid mater; pia mater → The cortex in the cerebellum are folded in ridges called _____. _____ matter in the cerebellum resembles a tree, this is why it is called _____ vitae.
thalamus → Portion of the diencephalon responsible for swallowing and shivering.
Purkinje cells → This part of the brain is attached the the brainstem and is posterior to the pons.
pons → Part of the brainstem that is superior to the medulla oblongata and inferior to the midbrain.
reticular formation → Def.: Group of nuclei scattered throughout the brainstem that controls cyclic activities such as a the sleep-wake cycle.