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  1. Paracentral lobule
  2. Transverse fissure
  3. Cerebral spinal fluid
  4. Anosmia
  5. Parietal occipital sulcus
  1. a clear colorless fluid made by a structure in our ventricles referred to as Choroid Plexus. Circulated in the brain and the spinal cord. Features of CSF-acts as a cusion
  2. b Inability to smell. Usually if there is damage to the frontal olfactory tract or olfactory bulb.
  3. c an area which separates cerebral from cerebellum. The fissure where tentorium cerebelli is.
  4. d the sulcus that separates the parietal from the occipital lobe.
  5. e a portion of the brain around the central sulcus. a small lobe that contains precentral and postcentral gyri in the sulcus.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Smell. Does not pass through the Thalamus ( sensory gateway of the brain) A part of the Limbic system (emotion of the brain) Smell stimulates emotion. Olfaction is 1 of 2 chemosensory perception
  2. spaces, areas
  3. Functional magnetic resonance imaging- Has a good temporal. (time) Quick results.
  4. the brain and the spinal cord. 30 cm in length.
    Does not go all the way down it stops at L1
  5. A portion of dural matter that separates the cerebellum from cerebral. Acts like a shelf.

5 True/False questions

  1. Spinal NervesA structure of layers that cover and protect the brain and spinal cord.

          

  2. Falx cerebriA portion of dural matter that separates the hemispheres of the cerebellum.

          

  3. Rhombencephalon1 of the 3 vesicles of the new embryo at 4th-5th week. Makes the inferior part of the brain ( forebrain )

          

  4. Rhombencephalon1 of the 3 vesicles of the new embryo at 4th-5th week. Makes the hindbrain.

          

  5. 3 vesiclesThe 4th-5th week after conception the brain of the embryo has ________.