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5 Matching questions

  1. Gray Matter
  2. Basal Ganglia
  3. Hypothalamus
  4. Damage to Spinal Cord
  5. Local Interneurons
  1. a -Results in motor and/or sensory deficits
    -Depends on descending and/or ascending tracts
    -Depends on height (high = worse)
  2. b Responsible for autonomic homeostasis
  3. c -In ventral and dorsal roots
    -Contains call bodies of different neurons and interneurons
  4. d Integrate sensory info into motor output
  5. e Control of internally-generated movement

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -Dorsal to to the pons
    -Involved in the control visually-guided movements
  2. Can be used as a clinical assessment of the efficacy of the mesencephalon
  3. Carry afferent action potentials to the spinal cord
  4. Relay/gating station for sensory info going to the cerebrum
  5. Responsible for control of eye movement and visual/auditory reflexes

5 True/False questions

  1. HippocampusFunctions in forming new memories

          

  2. Descending TractsCarry efferent signals down spinal cord to effector organs

          

  3. Pons-Sensorimotor relay from cortex to cerebrum
    -Control of breathing

          

  4. Ascending TractsCarry efferent signals down spinal cord to effector organs

          

  5. AmygdalaRelay/gating station for sensory info going to the cerebrum