5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- blood flow
- longitudinal; lateral; central
- glossopharyngeal nerve
- a Cranial nerve that sends sensory information from the carotid to the brain.
- b Part of the diencephalon that contains parts of red nuclei and substantia nigra.
- c Def.: Anterior portion of the pons that serves as a relay between the cerebrum and cerebellum.
- d Interruption of this to the brain can cause unconsciousness and irreversible brain damage.
- e Cerebrum Sulci and Fissures:
________ fissure = separates the two hemispheres.
________ fissure = separates temporal lobe from frontal and parietal lobes.
________ sulcus = separates frontal and parietal lobes
5 Multiple choice questions
- Space between dura and arachnoid mater; only has a small amount of serous fluid within.
- All sympathetic and parasympathetic axons in the head follow branches or this cranial nerve to their target tissues.
ventral anterior and ventral lateral nuclei = ______ function.
- Most inferior part of the brainstem.
- ______ space = serous fluid. ______ space = CSF.
5 True/False questions
trigeminal → All sympathetic and parasympathetic axons in the head follow branches of the ______ nerve to their target tissues.
thalamus; hypothalamus; pituitary gland; corpus callosum; epithalamus; subthalamus; cerebellum →
a b c d
infundibulum → Stalk inside of the hypothalamus extending from floor that connects the hypothalamus to the posterior pituitary gland. Controls the endocrine system.
diencephalon → Def.: Internal organs collectively (especially those in the abdominal cavity).
melanin → The part of the CNS contained in the cranial cavity.