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Anatomy and Physiology 1 Lab (Brain)
Meninges
Dura Mater(outer)
Arachnoid Matter(middle)
Pia Mater(inner)
Protective coverings... 3 layers
Meninges
Protective coverings... 3 layers
Dura Mater(outer)
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Anatomy and Physiology: Brain Anatomy
cerebrum
frontal lobe
parietal lobe
occipital lobe
Made up of paired hemispheres (left and right) ... Includes more…
A region of the cerebral cortex that has specialized areas fo…
A region of the cerebral cortex whose functions include proce…
A region of the cerebral cortex that processes visual informa…
cerebrum
Made up of paired hemispheres (left and right) ... Includes more…
frontal lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex that has specialized areas fo…
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Anatomy and Physiology Brain
frontal lobe
parietal lobe
occipital lobe
temporal lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex that has specialized areas fo…
A region of the cerebral cortex whose functions include proce…
A region of the cerebral cortex that processes visual informa…
A region of the cerebral cortex responsible for hearing and l…
frontal lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex that has specialized areas fo…
parietal lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex whose functions include proce…
28 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 1 (2140) The Brain
The adult brain regions are:
What day does the brain from from the…
The medulla oblongata of the brain ste…
The midbrain of the brain stem comes f…
Named from embryological development.
Day 26
E) Myelencephalon
C) Mesencephalon
The adult brain regions are:
Named from embryological development.
What day does the brain from from the…
Day 26
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Anatomy/Physiology: Brain Images
cerebellum
fourth ventricle
Choroid Plexus
Corpus Callosum
cerebellum
fourth ventricle
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Anatomy and Physiology, Brain Anatomy
Frontal Lobe
Parietal Lobe
Temporal Lobe
Occipital Lobe
Involved in complex learning
Involved in language acquisition
associated with hearing
Processes visual info
Frontal Lobe
Involved in complex learning
Parietal Lobe
Involved in language acquisition
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Anatomy & Physiology - The Brain
medulla oblongata
cerebellum
hypothalamus
hippocampus
lower part of the brainstem that controls vital life-sustaini…
large structure of the hindbrain that controls fine motor ski…
below the thalamus; directs eating, drinking, body temperatur…
area of the limbic system important for learning, memory and…
medulla oblongata
lower part of the brainstem that controls vital life-sustaini…
cerebellum
large structure of the hindbrain that controls fine motor ski…
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Anatomy and Physiology - Brain Anatomy and Function
Identify the parts of a neuron on a di…
Resting membrane potential (RMP)
local potential
summation
At rest the neurons have many (+) charged ions outside the ce…
the small inward flow of Na+ ions after a stimulus has occured
local potentials adding up can open many gated Na+ channels,…
Identify the parts of a neuron on a di…
Resting membrane potential (RMP)
At rest the neurons have many (+) charged ions outside the ce…
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Anatomy and Physiology Final: Parts of the Brain
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Pituitary gland
Midbrain
Identify structure D in the image.
Identify structure F in the image.
Identify structure I in the image.
Identify structure K in the image.
Thalamus
Identify structure D in the image.
Hypothalamus
Identify structure F in the image.
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Brain Anatomy and Physiology
Cerebrum
Sulcus
Gyrus
Cerebral Cortex
The principal and most anterior part of the brain in vertebra…
A groove or furrow on the surface of the brain
A ridge or fold on the cerebral surface in the brain
A thin layer of gray matter that constitutes of the outermost…
Cerebrum
The principal and most anterior part of the brain in vertebra…
Sulcus
A groove or furrow on the surface of the brain
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Anatomy and physiology 7.1 brain regions
Brainstem -under structure G
Cerebellum -structure G
Occipital Lobe- structure F
Parietal Lobe -structure E
Controls the face and neck, is attached to the spinal cord, c…
Controls language and attention. Damage can result in loss of…
visual processing and vison organization. This is where seizu…
Organizes language thought and sense input. Also controls spa…
Brainstem -under structure G
Controls the face and neck, is attached to the spinal cord, c…
Cerebellum -structure G
Controls language and attention. Damage can result in loss of…
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Anatomy & Physiology II Brain
precentral gyri
postcentral gyri
longitudinal fissure
transverse fissure
#3
#1
precentral gyri
#3
postcentral gyri
#1
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Human Anatomy and Physiology Brain
Frontal Lobe
Central Sulcus
Parietal Lobe
Lateral Sulcus
Part of the brain lying immediately behind the forehead.
The sulcus separating the frontal and parietal lobes of the c…
Part of the brain at the top of the head.
The groove that runs from front to back along the lateral sur…
Frontal Lobe
Part of the brain lying immediately behind the forehead.
Central Sulcus
The sulcus separating the frontal and parietal lobes of the c…
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Brain Lab - Anatomy & Physiology - BGHS
arbor vitae
cerebellum
corpus callosum
midbrain
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
arbor vitae
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
cerebellum
Identify what the arrow is pointing to
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Anatomy and Physiology (Brain Parts)
Temporal Lobe
Corpus Callosum
Occipital Lobe
Frontal Lobe
Temporal Lobe
Corpus Callosum
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The Brain - Anatomy and Physiology
White Matter
Gray Matter
Sulci
Gyri
Contains nerve fibers, extension of nerve cells.
Darker tissue of brain, consisting of nerve cell bodies and b…
Valleys of Brain
Hills or projections
White Matter
Contains nerve fibers, extension of nerve cells.
Gray Matter
Darker tissue of brain, consisting of nerve cell bodies and b…
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Anatomy and Physiology Brain I
List the four major brain regions and…
List the four ventricles plus duct and…
With which stx. around the brain is th…
Do males have bigger brains then femal…
Cerebrum (proencephalon), Diencephalon, brain stem (mesenceph…
Lateral ventricles (ant., post., int.), third ventricle-btwn.…
central canal of the spinal cord. Pons and medulla in the bra…
No. Based on stature not gender
List the four major brain regions and…
Cerebrum (proencephalon), Diencephalon, brain stem (mesenceph…
List the four ventricles plus duct and…
Lateral ventricles (ant., post., int.), third ventricle-btwn.…
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Brain anatomy and physiology
What are the major portions of the bra…
What are the major components of the B…
Composed of neuron cell bodies, dendri…
Forms context over cerebrum and cerebe…
Cerebrum, Cerebellum, Brainstem, and Diencephalon
Diencephalon, Midbrain, Pons, Medulla oblongata
Gray matter
Gray Matter
What are the major portions of the bra…
Cerebrum, Cerebellum, Brainstem, and Diencephalon
What are the major components of the B…
Diencephalon, Midbrain, Pons, Medulla oblongata
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Anatomy & Physiology: Sections of the Brain
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Pituitary Gland
Pineal Gland
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
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Anatomy and Physiology Brain
Brain Stem
Medulla Oblongata
Pons
Midbrain
Regulates involuntary actions
conects spinal cord to brain; cardiac, respiratory, vasomotor…
respiration control; links cerebrum and cerebellum
auditory and visual reflex center, location where pain is reg…
Brain Stem
Regulates involuntary actions
Medulla Oblongata
conects spinal cord to brain; cardiac, respiratory, vasomotor…
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Anatomy and Physiology of the Brain
Gyrus
Sulcus
Fissure
Dura Mater
- The ridges of the brain
- The groves of the brain
- Deep crack that divides the brain in half
- Outer layer of the Meninges... - Tough protective layer ... - Tou…
Gyrus
- The ridges of the brain
Sulcus
- The groves of the brain
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Anatomy and Physiology: Brain Review
List the layers of meninges in the ord…
What is a subdural hematoma?
What space lies between the arachnoid…
What fluid lies between the arachnoid…
1.) Dura Mater... 2.) Arachnoid Mater... 3.)Pia Mater
Swelling that goes in and blood collects in the space beneath…
Subarachnoid Space
Cerebrospinal Fluid
List the layers of meninges in the ord…
1.) Dura Mater... 2.) Arachnoid Mater... 3.)Pia Mater
What is a subdural hematoma?
Swelling that goes in and blood collects in the space beneath…
The Brain -- Anatomy & Physiology
cerebrum
cerebral cortex
gyri
sulci
largest portion of the brain (everything except the cerebellum)
the cerebrum's surface (the wrinkled surface made out of grey…
ridge (upward sloping portion of the cerebral cortex)
groove (downward sloping part of the cerebral surface)... more s…
cerebrum
largest portion of the brain (everything except the cerebellum)
cerebral cortex
the cerebrum's surface (the wrinkled surface made out of grey…
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Brain Anatomy and Physiology
Cerebrum
Longitudal fissure
Central sulcus
Precentral gyrus
Processes conscious thoughts and sensations.
Separates brain into hemispheres
Groove dividing frontal and occipital lobes.
Primary motor control
Cerebrum
Processes conscious thoughts and sensations.
Longitudal fissure
Separates brain into hemispheres
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Physiology Test 1: Anatomy of the Brain/CNS
Optic Chiasm
Optic Cortex
Dorsal Stream
Ventral Stream
controls the flipping over of the image in the eye
where the signal is sent to the brain (occipital lobe)
"where" and "how" pathway
"what" pathway
Optic Chiasm
controls the flipping over of the image in the eye
Optic Cortex
where the signal is sent to the brain (occipital lobe)
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Anatomy & Physiology Lab Brain
Temporal lobes
Occipital lobes
Central sulcus
Transverse fissure
Temporal lobes
Occipital lobes
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Brain Anatomy and Physiology
Cerebrum
Sulcus
Gyrus
Cerebral Cortex
The principal and most anterior part of the brain in vertebra…
A groove or furrow on the surface of the brain
A ridge or fold on the cerebral surface in the brain
A thin layer of gray matter that constitutes of the outermost…
Cerebrum
The principal and most anterior part of the brain in vertebra…
Sulcus
A groove or furrow on the surface of the brain
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Anatomy & Physiology: The Brain in Depth
Gyrus
Surface area
Neuron cell bodies & unmylenated fibers
Myelinated fibers
A ______ is an elevated ridge of cerebral cortex tissue
The convolutions seen in the cerebrum are important because t…
Gray matter is composed of _____
White mater is composed of ____, which provide for communicat…
Gyrus
A ______ is an elevated ridge of cerebral cortex tissue
Surface area
The convolutions seen in the cerebrum are important because t…
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Anatomy and Physiology- Brain
vital link between spinal cord and hig…
location of the medulla oblongata
the medulla contains neural networks i…
pyramids
- most of the cranial nerves are connected to the brainstem... -…
- begins at the foramen magnum of the skull and extends for a…
- sensory functions: touch, pressure, temperature, taste, a…
- descending nerve tracts on the anterior surface... - inferiorl…
vital link between spinal cord and hig…
- most of the cranial nerves are connected to the brainstem... -…
location of the medulla oblongata
- begins at the foramen magnum of the skull and extends for a…
Brain Anatomy and Physiology
Cerebrum
Diencephalon contains what?
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Comprised of 2 cerebral hemispheres with gyri, sucli and some…
Thalamus and Hypothalamus
Sensory Relay and Processing center
Responsible for emotions, autonomic functions, and hormone pr…
Cerebrum
Comprised of 2 cerebral hemispheres with gyri, sucli and some…
Diencephalon contains what?
Thalamus and Hypothalamus
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Anatomy and Physiology Brain I
List the four major brain regions and…
List the four ventricles plus duct and…
With which stx. around the brain is th…
Do males have bigger brains then femal…
Cerebrum (proencephalon), Diencephalon, brain stem (mesenceph…
Lateral ventricles (ant., post., int.), third ventricle-btwn.…
central canal of the spinal cord. Pons and medulla in the bra…
No. Based on stature not gender
List the four major brain regions and…
Cerebrum (proencephalon), Diencephalon, brain stem (mesenceph…
List the four ventricles plus duct and…
Lateral ventricles (ant., post., int.), third ventricle-btwn.…
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Brain Anatomy and Physiology
Cerebrum
Sulcus
Gyrus
Cerebral Cortex
grooves between the gyri
A ridge or fold on the cerebral surface in the brain
A thin layer of gray matter that constitutes of the outermost…
Cerebrum
Sulcus
grooves between the gyri
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Anatomy and Physiology Brain Practical
cerebrum
cerebral hemispheres
corpus callosum
fornix
cerebrum
cerebral hemispheres
Brain Anatomy and Physiology
Cerebrum
Sulcus
Gyrus
Cerebral Cortex
The principal and most anterior part of the brain in vertebra…
A groove or furrow on the surface of the brain
A ridge or fold on the cerebral surface in the brain
A thin layer of gray matter that constitutes of the outermost…
Cerebrum
The principal and most anterior part of the brain in vertebra…
Sulcus
A groove or furrow on the surface of the brain
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Anatomy and Physiology brain map
axon hillock
axon terminal
cell body
dendrite
just above the axon
axon hillock
just above the axon
axon terminal
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The Brain anatomy and physiology
cerebrum
frontal lobe
parietal lobe
occipital lobe
cerebrum
cerebrum
cerebrum
frontal lobe
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Anatomy and Physiology Brain Vocabulary
Arachnoid mater
Arachnoid villi
Association fibers
Basal nuclei
middle layer of the meninges named for the spider-web-like tr…
Outpocket of the arachnoid membrane into the dural sinuses th…
Tracts that connect areas within one hemisphere
Islands of grey matter... responsible for cognitive processing,…
Arachnoid mater
middle layer of the meninges named for the spider-web-like tr…
Arachnoid villi
Outpocket of the arachnoid membrane into the dural sinuses th…
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Anatomy & Physiology I (Brain)
4 things that help to protect the nerv…
2 major arteries that supply blood to…
Why are neurons especially dependent o…
The 3 components of the brain stem are…
-Bone... -Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF)... -Astrocytes (forms blood-b…
-Carotid Artery... -Veterbral Artery (C1 + C2)
-A lack of oxygen for only 2 or 3 minutes can permanently dam…
-Medulla Oblongata... -Pons... -Midbrain
4 things that help to protect the nerv…
-Bone... -Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF)... -Astrocytes (forms blood-b…
2 major arteries that supply blood to…
-Carotid Artery... -Veterbral Artery (C1 + C2)
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Brain - Human Anatomy & Physiology
Brain
Brain - what is its protection
Cranium
Meninges(sing. meninx)
we are born with a hundred billion neurons, innumerable synap…
Cranium curvature
bony case that houses the brain. No epidural space found in…
covers the brain, but NOT brain tissue. Just protective layers
Brain
we are born with a hundred billion neurons, innumerable synap…
Brain - what is its protection
Cranium curvature
10 terms
Brain Anatomy and Physiology
Frontal Lobe
Temporal Lobe
Parietal Lobe
Occipital Lobe
Speaking, muscle movement. Decision making and attention
Auditory
Sensory cortex math and spatial reasoning
Visual area
Frontal Lobe
Speaking, muscle movement. Decision making and attention
Temporal Lobe
Auditory
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Anatomy and Physiology Brain Vocabulary
Arachnoid mater
Arachnoid villi
Association fibers
Basal nuclei
middle layer of the meninges named for the spider-web-like tr…
Outpocket of the arachnoid membrane into the dural sinuses th…
Tracts that connect areas within one hemisphere
Islands of grey matter... responsible for cognitive processing,…
Arachnoid mater
middle layer of the meninges named for the spider-web-like tr…
Arachnoid villi
Outpocket of the arachnoid membrane into the dural sinuses th…
62 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: The Brain
Medulla, pons, and midbrain
Thalamus, hypothalamus, epithalamus
Controls most mental and physical acti…
Coordination, posture, and balance
The brain stem
Diencephalon
Cerebrum
Cerebellum
Medulla, pons, and midbrain
The brain stem
Thalamus, hypothalamus, epithalamus
Diencephalon
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Anatomy and Physiology: Brain
Cranial nerves
Cerebellum
Cerebrum
Cerebral cortex
On another set
Coordinates voluntary muscle movement
Largest division of brain. It is divided into 2 hemisphere, e…
Outmost layer of gray matter making yo superficial aspect of…
Cranial nerves
On another set
Cerebellum
Coordinates voluntary muscle movement
39 terms
The Brain -- Anatomy & Physiology
cerebrum
cerebral cortex
gyri
sulci
largest portion of the brain (everything except the cerebellum)
the cerebrum's surface (the wrinkled surface made out of grey…
ridge (upward sloping portion of the cerebral cortex)
groove (downward sloping part of the cerebral surface)... more s…
cerebrum
largest portion of the brain (everything except the cerebellum)
cerebral cortex
the cerebrum's surface (the wrinkled surface made out of grey…
10 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Brain
Brainstem
Medulla Oblongata
Pons
Midbrain
Consists of medulla oblongata, pons, and midbrain
Two-way conduction pathway between the spinal cord and higher…
Two-way conduction pathway between areas of the brain and oth…
Two-way conduction pathway; relay for visual and auditory imp…
Brainstem
Consists of medulla oblongata, pons, and midbrain
Medulla Oblongata
Two-way conduction pathway between the spinal cord and higher…
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Anatomy and Physiology: Parts of the Brain
dura mater... -protection
arachnoid mater... -covers all of the sul…
pia mater... -inner most layer. Cant be r…
dural sinus... -venous channels between l…
B and C
dura mater... -protection
B and C
arachnoid mater... -covers all of the sul…
35 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: The Brain
Forebrain
Telencephalon
Cerebrum
Cerebral Cortex
Forebrain
Telencephalon
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Brain Vocabulary (Anatomy and Physiology)
1. Arachnoid mater
2. Archnoid villi
3. Association fibers
4. Basal nuclei
Middle layer... • Web-like extensions span the subarachnoid... spac…
reabsorb cerebrospinal fluid.
tracts that connect areas... within one hemisphere.
islands of gray matter.
1. Arachnoid mater
Middle layer... • Web-like extensions span the subarachnoid... spac…
2. Archnoid villi
reabsorb cerebrospinal fluid.
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Anatomy and Physiology The Brain
Ventricles of the Brain
Cranial Meninges
Choroid Plexus
Fore Brain:
-Cervical Spinal Fluid produced here (Choroid Plexus)... -Connec…
1) Dura Mater... 2) Arachnoid Mater... 3) Pia Mater (bound to brain…
-Produces Cervical Spinal Fluid... -Consists of:... *Ependymal Cell…
-Cerebrum... -Corpus Callosum... -Thalamus... -Pons
Ventricles of the Brain
-Cervical Spinal Fluid produced here (Choroid Plexus)... -Connec…
Cranial Meninges
1) Dura Mater... 2) Arachnoid Mater... 3) Pia Mater (bound to brain…
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The Brain - Anatomy and Physiology
hindbrain
medulla oblongata
decussation of the pyramids
contralateral control
brainstem
coordinates heart rate, respiration, circulation; receives ma…
where neurons cross over, so that the right side of body is c…
right side of body is controlled by left hemisphere of brain…
hindbrain
brainstem
medulla oblongata
coordinates heart rate, respiration, circulation; receives ma…
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