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5 Matching questions

  1. Pons
  2. Thalamus
  3. Brainstem
  4. Gray Matter
  5. Hippocampus
  1. a Composed of mesencephalon, pons and medulla oblongata
  2. b Relay/gating station for sensory info going to the cerebrum
  3. c Functions in forming new memories
  4. d -Sensorimotor relay from cortex to cerebrum
    -Control of breathing
  5. e -In ventral and dorsal roots
    -Contains call bodies of different neurons and interneurons

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -Results in motor and/or sensory deficits
    -Depends on descending and/or ascending tracts
    -Depends on height (high = worse)
  2. Responsible for control of eye movement and visual/auditory reflexes
  3. Control of internally-generated movement
  4. Can be used as a clinical assessment of the efficacy of the mesencephalon
  5. Control of autonomic functions (blood pressure, breathing, etc)

5 True/False questions

  1. Cerebellum-Dorsal to to the pons
    -Involved in the control visually-guided movements

          

  2. Dorsal RootsCarry afferent action potentials to the spinal cord

          

  3. Spinal CordCarries signals from the brain to the effector organs and from receptor organs to the brain

          

  4. Amygdala-Sensorimotor relay from cortex to cerebrum
    -Control of breathing

          

  5. Ventral RootsCarry efferent action potentials to muscles and glands