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Chapter 14

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olfactory
I nerve
optic
II nerve
oculomotor
III nerve
trochlear
IV nerve
trigeminal
V nerve
abduscens
VI nerve
facial
VII nerve
vestibulocochlear
VIII nerve
glossopharyngeal
IX nerve
vagus
X nerve
accessory
XI nerve
hypoglossal
XII nerve
sensory
Type of nerve olfactory is
sensory
Type of nerve optic is
motor
Type of nerve oculomotor is
motor
Type of nerve trochlear is
mixed
Type of nerve trigeminal is
motor
Type of nerve abduscens is
mixed
Type of nerve facial is
sensory
Type of nerve vestibulocochlear is
mixed
Type of nerve glossopharyngeal is
mixed
Type of nerve vagus is
motor
Type of nerve accessory is
motor
Type of nerve hypoglossal is
association fibers
Transmit intrahemispheric impulses
commissural fibers
Transmit interhemispheric impulses
projection fibers
Transmit ascending and descending impulses
frontal lobes
Motor areas primarily lie here
Broca's area
Coordinates muscular activity for speech
frontal eye field
Controls voluntary muscles of the eyes and eyelids
occipital lobes
Sensory areas for sight lie here
temporal lobes
Sensory areas for hearing lie here
parietal lobes
Sensations from all parts of the skin arise here
basal ganglia
Masses of gray matter located deep within the cerebral hemispheres
three
Number of nuclei of the basal ganglia
cerebrum, cerebellum, and brainstem
Three major parts of the brain
cerebrum
Largest part of brain
cerebrum
Part of the brain associated w/ higher mental functions
cerebellum
"Little Brain"
cerebellum
Part of brain for voluntary muscles
diencephalon
Gives rise to thalamus, hypothalamus, and epithalamus
brainstem
Consists of the medulla oblongata, pons, and midbrain
brainstem
Coordinates visceral activity
falx cerebri
Separates two cerebral hemispheres
falx cerebelli
Separates two cerebellar hemispheres
tentorium cerebelli
Separates cerebrum and cerebellum
internal carotid and vertebral arteries
Carry blood to the brain
internal jugular veins
Return blood from the brain
Blood-Brain Barrier
Protects brain from harmful substances
cerebrum
Lateral ventricles lie here