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What structures are in the Midbrain & what is it's function?
Superior & Inferior Colliculi, Reticular Activating System (RAS) Main motor pathway between the cerebrum & the lower parts of the nervous system
What structures are in the Pons & what is their function?
Apneustic & Pneumotaxic centers; helps controls facial muscles, bring sensory information from the inner ear, helps control respiratory rate, carries both sensory & motor info to the cerebellum, thalamus, & down the spinal cord
What structures are in the Medulla Oblongata?
Vital reflex center; Cardiac, Vasomotor, & Respiratory
Where is the Sensory & Motor nuclei located and what is it's function?
Medulla Oblongata; Provide motor control to muscles in neck, back, & some organs, provides sensory info from inner ear, links ascending & descending tracts between the spinal cord & brain.
What are the 2 parts of Corpora Quadrigemina & what is their function?
Superior & Inferior Colculli Integrates visual information, involved in visual reflexes, relay auditory information, auditory reflexes
What types of variables are controlled by the Vital reflex center?
heart beat, blood pressure, respiration
What is proprioception?
The sense of position or orientation.
Allows us to sense movement and location of one body part to another.
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