5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- pons; medulla oblongata; folia; arbor vitae; purkinje; purkinje cell; lateral hemispheres
- flocculonodular lobe
- a This portion of the brain has gray cortex and nuclei with white matter (tracts) between.
- b T or F: The medulla oblongata only has descending nerve tracts.
a b c d e f g
- d Thalamus:
anterior and medial nuclei connected to limbic system = ____ modification
- e Part of the cerebellum that controls balance and eye movements.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The brain is the _____ center for many of the body's functions and is much like a complex _______.
- Purkinje cells receive ______ synapses, are ______, and are the only cereballar cortex neurons that send axons to the cerebellar ______.
- _____-soluble substances pass through the BBB by diffusion.
_____-soluble substances pass through the BBB by mediated transport.
- Portion of the midbrain that houses the two twin bodies (superior and inferior colliculus)
- Def.: Internal organs collectively (especially those in the abdominal cavity).
5 True/False questions
association fibers → Fibers that connect one hemisphere to the other.
superior colliculi → Two are found in the corpora quadrigemina.
Involved in visual reflexes; receive information from inferior colliculi, eyes, skin, and cerebrum.
subdural; subarachnoid → Space between dura and arachnoid mater; only has a small amount of serous fluid within.
infundibulum → This portion of the brain has gray cortex and nuclei with white matter (tracts) between.
temporal lobe → Part of the brain responsible for reception and evaluation for smell and hearing; emory, abstract thought, judgement.