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5 Matching questions

  1. Lipid; Water
  2. limbic system
  3. 200,000; inhibitory; nuclei
  4. hypoglossal
  5. frontal; parietal; occipital; temporal
  1. a The _______ cranial nerve is primarily responsible for tongue motor function, while glossopharyngeal is one of the sensory cranial nerves for the tongue. (along with trigeminal and facial)
  2. b _____-soluble substances pass through the BBB by diffusion.
    _____-soluble substances pass through the BBB by mediated transport.
  3. c Purkinje cells receive ______ synapses, are ______, and are the only cereballar cortex neurons that send axons to the cerebellar ______.
  4. d
    ______ lobe; a b c d
  5. e This is found in the cerebrum and diencephalon and is responsible for basic survival functions such as memory, reproduction, and nutrition. Also responsible for emotions.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The cerebrum is composed of right and left ________ each of which has the following lobes: frontal, parietal, occipital temporal, and ______.
  2. Def.: Four nuclei that form mounds on the dorsal surface of the midbrain.
  3. Put the meninges of the brain in order from outermost to innermost.
  4. The brainstem connects the ______ ____ to the _____ and integrates reflexes necessary for ________.
  5. Joins the third and fourth ventricles and is continuous with the spinal cord.

5 True/False questions

  1. pituitaryThe infundibulum connects the hypothalamus to the posterior _______ gland.


  2. hypothalamusPortion of the diencephalon important in regulation of mood, emotion, sexual pleasure, satiation, rage and fear.


  3. central sulcusDef.: White matter between the cortex and nuclei that contains association, commissural, and projection fibers.


  4. cerebellumDef.: Four nuclei that form mounds on the dorsal surface of the midbrain.


  5. cortexOuter surface of the cerebrum.