primary motor area
primary sensory area
which structures are NOT apart of brain
cerebral hemispheres, cerebellum, diecephalon
an elevated ridge of cerebral tissue
convolusions seen in cerebrum increase these
neuron cell bodies
gray matter is composed of these
white matter is composed of these
fiber tract that provides for communication between different parts of the same cerebral hemispheres
fiber tract that carries impulses to the cerebrum, and from the cerebrum to lower CNS areas
lentiform nucleus along with the caudate nuclei are collectively called this
site of regulation of body temp and water balance, most important autonomic center
consciousness depends on the function of this part of the brain
located in the midbrain, contains reflex centers for vision and audition
responsible for regulation of posture and coordination of complex muscular movements
important synapse site for afferent fibers traveling to sensory cortex
contains autonomic centers regulating blood pressure, heart rate, and respiratory rhythm, as well as coughing, sneezing, and swallowing centers
large commissure connecting the cerebral hemispheres
fiber tract involved with olfaction
connects the third and fourth ventricles
encloses the third ventricle
diencephalon, including thalamus, optic chiasma, hypothalamus
medulla, pons, cerebellum
involved in regulation, modulation, refinement of voluntary motor activity
fibers of the internal capsule pass between basal nuclei, giving them a striped appearance, striped body
when corpus callosum cut
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