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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 12 - The Central Nervous System
CNS
cranium
vertebral canal
4
brain and spinal cord
protects the brain
protects the spinal cord
how many ventricles in the brain
CNS
brain and spinal cord
cranium
protects the brain
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 12: the Central Nervous System
What are the components of the CNS?
What is the histological structure of…
What are ventricles?
What is the function of the ventricles?
The brain and the spinal cord
1. Central cavity surrounded by grey matter... 2. Grey matter is…
1.the central cavity... 2. continuous with the central canal of…
production and circulation of cerebrospinal fluid
What are the components of the CNS?
The brain and the spinal cord
What is the histological structure of…
1. Central cavity surrounded by grey matter... 2. Grey matter is…
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Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
What does the Central Nervous System c…
What are the parts of the brain?
What are meninges?
What are the 3 layers of meninges of t…
-Brain... -Spinal Cord
-Cerebral hemispheres... -Diencephalon... -Brain stem... -Cerebellum
Membranes between the brain and skull for proctection
-Dura Mater... -Arachnoid Mater... -Pia Mater
What does the Central Nervous System c…
-Brain... -Spinal Cord
What are the parts of the brain?
-Cerebral hemispheres... -Diencephalon... -Brain stem... -Cerebellum
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 12: the central Nervous System
Ventricle
Gyri
sulci
Primary Motor Cortex
Continuous chamber within the brain that is filled with cereb…
elevated ridges of tissue of the brain
shallow grooves in the brain that separate the gyri
The primary motor cortex allows conscious control of precise…
Ventricle
Continuous chamber within the brain that is filled with cereb…
Gyri
elevated ridges of tissue of the brain
Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
What does the Central Nervous System c…
What are the parts of the brain?
What are meninges?
What are the 3 layers of meninges of t…
-Brain... -Spinal Cord
-Cerebral hemispheres... -Diencephalon... -Brain stem... -Cerebellum
Membranes between the brain and skull for proctection
-Dura Mater... -Arachnoid Mater... -Pia Mater
What does the Central Nervous System c…
-Brain... -Spinal Cord
What are the parts of the brain?
-Cerebral hemispheres... -Diencephalon... -Brain stem... -Cerebellum
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Anatomy and Physiology- Chapter 12 Central Nervous System (Mrs. Jemison)
Auditory Association Area
Auditory Association Area
Auditory Association Area
Visceral Sensory Area
Distinguishes Speech, music, etc
Memories of sounds heard in the past appear to be stored here…
Puts sounds with memories
From guts, located in the insula
Auditory Association Area
Distinguishes Speech, music, etc
Auditory Association Area
Memories of sounds heard in the past appear to be stored here…
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Anatomy and Physiology Lecture Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
Cerebrum
Cerebral cortex
Precentral gyrus
Postcentral gyrus
two cerebral hemispheres, longitudinal fissure separates left…
gray matter covering hemispheres, divided into frontal, parie…
Voluntary muscle contractions initiated in the motor associat…
primary sensory area, neurons receive sensory information
Cerebrum
two cerebral hemispheres, longitudinal fissure separates left…
Cerebral cortex
gray matter covering hemispheres, divided into frontal, parie…
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Marieb Anatomy + Physiology Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Cephalization
Mass of adult brain
Neural Tube
Brain + Spinal Cord
An elaboration of the ROSTRAL (anterior) portion of CNS along…
1500g (3.3lb)
The embryonic strucure that the brain + spinal originated as
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Brain + Spinal Cord
Cephalization
An elaboration of the ROSTRAL (anterior) portion of CNS along…
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Anatomy&Physiology Chapter 12 The Central Nervous System Vocab
Ventricles
Limbic System
Transverse Fissure
Frontal Lobe
Fluid (CSF) filled spaces in the brain
A group of brain structures including the amygdala, hippocamp…
Separates the cerebrum from the cerebellum
A region of the cerebral cortex that has specialized areas fo…
Ventricles
Fluid (CSF) filled spaces in the brain
Limbic System
A group of brain structures including the amygdala, hippocamp…
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College Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 12 - Central Nervous System
What does the Central Nervous System c…
What are the parts of the brain?
What are meninges?
What are the 3 layers of meninges of t…
-Brain... -Spinal Cord
-Cerebral hemispheres... -Diencephalon... -Brain stem... -Cerebellum
Membranes between the brain and skull for proctection
-Dura Mater... -Arachnoid Mater... -Pia Mater
What does the Central Nervous System c…
-Brain... -Spinal Cord
What are the parts of the brain?
-Cerebral hemispheres... -Diencephalon... -Brain stem... -Cerebellum
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College Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 12 - Central Nervous System
What does the Central Nervous System c…
What are the parts of the brain?
What are meninges?
What are the 3 layers of meninges of t…
-Brain... -Spinal Cord
-Cerebral hemispheres... -Diencephalon (interbrain)... -Brain stem…
Membranes between the brain and skull for proctection
-Dura Mater... -Arachnoid Mater... -Pia Mater
What does the Central Nervous System c…
-Brain... -Spinal Cord
What are the parts of the brain?
-Cerebral hemispheres... -Diencephalon (interbrain)... -Brain stem…
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 12: the Central Nervous System
CNS
cranium
vertebral canal
4
brain and spinal cord
protects the brain
protects the spinal cord
how many ventricles in the brain
CNS
brain and spinal cord
cranium
protects the brain
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College Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 12 - Central Nervous System
What does the Central Nervous System c…
What are the parts of the brain?
What are meninges?
What are the 3 layers of meninges of t…
-Brain... -Spinal Cord
-Cerebral hemispheres... -Diencephalon... -Brain stem... -Cerebellum
Membranes between the brain and skull for proctection
-Dura Mater... -Arachnoid Mater... -Pia Mater
What does the Central Nervous System c…
-Brain... -Spinal Cord
What are the parts of the brain?
-Cerebral hemispheres... -Diencephalon... -Brain stem... -Cerebellum
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Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 12: the Central Nervous System
CNS
cranium
vertebral canal
4
brain and spinal cord
protects the brain
protects the spinal cord
how many ventricles in the brain
CNS
brain and spinal cord
cranium
protects the brain
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Marieb Anatomy + Physiology Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Cephalization
Mass of adult brain
Neural Tube
Brain + Spinal Cord
An elaboration of the ROSTRAL (anterior) portion of CNS along…
1500g (3.3lb)
The embryonic strucure that the brain + spinal originated as
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Brain + Spinal Cord
Cephalization
An elaboration of the ROSTRAL (anterior) portion of CNS along…
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Chapter 12.10: Nervous System: Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System: Central Nervous System IV: Meninges
The meninges are _____.
Moving from external to internal, the…
The dura mater (meaning "_____") forms…
The subdural space is _____.
three layers of connective tissue membranes surrounding the b…
dura mater, subdural space, arachnoid layer, subarachnoid spa…
tough mother, tough, fibrous sac around the central nervous s…
an actual space between the dura mater and arachnoid layers
The meninges are _____.
three layers of connective tissue membranes surrounding the b…
Moving from external to internal, the…
dura mater, subdural space, arachnoid layer, subarachnoid spa…
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Chapter 12.8: Nervous System: Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System: Central Nervous System II: Brain
The brain is one of the largest organs…
There are four sections to the brain:…
The largest section of the brain is th…
The elevated portions of the cerebrum,…
thought, memory, judgment, emotion
cerebrum, cerebellum, diencephalon, brain stem
thoughts, judgment, memory, problem solving, language, cerebr…
convolutions, gyri, fissures, sulci, cerebral hemispheres, lo…
The brain is one of the largest organs…
thought, memory, judgment, emotion
There are four sections to the brain:…
cerebrum, cerebellum, diencephalon, brain stem
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Anatomy- Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
temporal lobe
frontal lobe
parietal lobe
occipital lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex responsible for hearing and s…
A region of the cerebral cortex that has specialized areas fo…
Located at the top of the head, sensory area for muscles (Pri…
A region of the cerebral cortex that processes visual informa…
temporal lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex responsible for hearing and s…
frontal lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex that has specialized areas fo…
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Principles of Anatomy & Physiology, Chapter 12, Nervous Tissue
Neuron
Axon
Dendrites
Axon Hillock
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
A long projection off the cell body of a neruon down which an…
Short branchlike parts of a neuron that are specialized to re…
Portion of the neuron that connects the cell body, soma, to t…
Neuron
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
Axon
A long projection off the cell body of a neruon down which an…
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Anatomy - Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
Meninges
Dura Mater
Arachnoid mater
Pia mater
connective tissue membranes ... - dura mater, arachnoid mater, p…
Dense irregular connective tissue (TOUGH) ... - thickest and mos…
middle thin and wispy layer ... - subdural space: contains small…
deepest layer tightly bound to surface of brain ... - shiny look…
Meninges
connective tissue membranes ... - dura mater, arachnoid mater, p…
Dura Mater
Dense irregular connective tissue (TOUGH) ... - thickest and mos…
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Anatomy Chapter 12- Central Nervous System
1. Brain stem
2. Broca's area
3. Cerebellum
4. Cerebral cortex
One of four major regions in the brain which include the brai…
The part of the brain that lies anterior to the inferior regi…
One of four major regions of the brain. ... • Exceeded in size…
The "executive suite" of the nervous system, where our consci…
1. Brain stem
One of four major regions in the brain which include the brai…
2. Broca's area
The part of the brain that lies anterior to the inferior regi…
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Anatomy - Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
Meninges
Dura Mater
Arachnoid mater
Pia mater
connective tissue membranes ... - dura mater, arachnoid mater, p…
Dense irregular connective tissue (TOUGH) ... - thickest and mos…
middle thin and wispy layer ... - subdural space: contains small…
deepest layer tightly bound to surface of brain ... - shiny look…
Meninges
connective tissue membranes ... - dura mater, arachnoid mater, p…
Dura Mater
Dense irregular connective tissue (TOUGH) ... - thickest and mos…
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Anatomy- Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
temporal lobe
frontal lobe
parietal lobe
occipital lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex responsible for hearing and s…
A region of the cerebral cortex that has specialized areas fo…
Located at the top of the head, sensory area for muscles (Pri…
A region of the cerebral cortex that processes visual informa…
temporal lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex responsible for hearing and s…
frontal lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex that has specialized areas fo…
90 terms
Anatomy - Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
Meninges
Dura Mater
Arachnoid mater
Pia mater
connective tissue membranes ... - dura mater, arachnoid mater, p…
Dense irregular connective tissue (TOUGH) ... - thickest and mos…
middle thin and wispy layer ... - subdural space: contains small…
deepest layer tightly bound to surface of brain ... - shiny look…
Meninges
connective tissue membranes ... - dura mater, arachnoid mater, p…
Dura Mater
Dense irregular connective tissue (TOUGH) ... - thickest and mos…
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Anatomy Chapter 12- Central Nervous System
1. Brain stem
2. Broca's area
3. Cerebellum
4. Cerebral cortex
One of four major regions in the brain which include the brai…
The part of the brain that lies anterior to the inferior regi…
One of four major regions of the brain. ... • Exceeded in size…
The "executive suite" of the nervous system, where our consci…
1. Brain stem
One of four major regions in the brain which include the brai…
2. Broca's area
The part of the brain that lies anterior to the inferior regi…
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Anatomy - Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
Meninges
Dura Mater
Arachnoid mater
Pia mater
connective tissue membranes ... - dura mater, arachnoid mater, p…
Dense irregular connective tissue (TOUGH) ... - thickest and mos…
middle thin and wispy layer ... - subdural space: contains small…
deepest layer tightly bound to surface of brain ... - shiny look…
Meninges
connective tissue membranes ... - dura mater, arachnoid mater, p…
Dura Mater
Dense irregular connective tissue (TOUGH) ... - thickest and mos…
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Chapter 12// The Central Nervous (Spinal Cord)// Honors Anatomy & Physiology// Part 2
1.Arachnoid mater
2. Central Canal
3. Dorsal root
4. Dura mater
The middle meninx, forms a loose brain covering, never dippin…
Also known as ependymal canal, is the cerebrospinal fluid-fil…
Posterior or sensory root, is the branch of the nerve that en…
Leathery, meaning "tough mother", is the strongest meninx; it…
1.Arachnoid mater
The middle meninx, forms a loose brain covering, never dippin…
2. Central Canal
Also known as ependymal canal, is the cerebrospinal fluid-fil…
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Anatomy- Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System
temporal lobe
frontal lobe
parietal lobe
occipital lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex responsible for hearing and s…
A region of the cerebral cortex that has specialized areas fo…
Located at the top of the head, sensory area for muscles (Pri…
A region of the cerebral cortex that processes visual informa…
temporal lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex responsible for hearing and s…
frontal lobe
A region of the cerebral cortex that has specialized areas fo…
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Physiology Chapter 12 The Central Nervous System
The 3 functions of CNS
four divisions of the brain
function of cerebrum
function of diencephalon
motor, sensory, integrative
cerebrum, diencephalon, cerebellum, brainstem
performs higher mental functions, interpret sensory stimuli,…
maintains homeostasis regulates biological rhythms, consists…
The 3 functions of CNS
motor, sensory, integrative
four divisions of the brain
cerebrum, diencephalon, cerebellum, brainstem
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Vocab Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System Anatomy and Physiology Honors 2015-2016 Part 1
1. brain stem
2. Broca's Area
3. cerebellum
4. cerebral cortex
One of four adult brain regions which includes the medulla ob…
Lies anterior to the inferior region of the premotor area, be…
By processing inputs received from the cerebral motor cortex,…
The "executive suite" of the nervous system, where our consci…
1. brain stem
One of four adult brain regions which includes the medulla ob…
2. Broca's Area
Lies anterior to the inferior region of the premotor area, be…
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Vocab Chapter 12: The Central Nervous System Anatomy and Physiology Honors 2015-2016 Part 1
1. brain stem
2. Broca's Area
3. cerebellum
4. cerebral cortex
One of four adult brain regions which includes the medulla ob…
Lies anterior to the inferior region of the premotor area, be…
By processing inputs received from the cerebral motor cortex,…
The "executive suite" of the nervous system, where our consci…
1. brain stem
One of four adult brain regions which includes the medulla ob…
2. Broca's Area
Lies anterior to the inferior region of the premotor area, be…
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Chapter 12.11: Nervous System: Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System: Peripheral Nervous System I: Intro
The peripheral nervous system (PNS) in…
Whether a nerve is cranial or spinal i…
The point where a cranial nerve or spi…
Although most nerves carry information…
12, 31, a group or bundle of axon fibers located outside the…
where the nerve originates, the brain, mainly at the medulla…
nerve root, the organ the nerve serves, the portion of the bo…
only one direction
The peripheral nervous system (PNS) in…
12, 31, a group or bundle of axon fibers located outside the…
Whether a nerve is cranial or spinal i…
where the nerve originates, the brain, mainly at the medulla…
Anatomy chapter 12 - the central nervous system
Brain and spinal cord
Neural tube
Prosencephalon, mesencephalon, rhomben…
Secondary brain vesicles
Components making up central nervous system
Develops as ectoderm starts to thicken. Ectoderm helps give r…
Forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain. Primary brain vesicles. F…
Up here around fifth week.
Brain and spinal cord
Components making up central nervous system
Neural tube
Develops as ectoderm starts to thicken. Ectoderm helps give r…
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Anatomy & Physiology I Chapter 12
endocrine system
nervous system
nervous system steps
nervous system subdivisions
communicates by means of chemical messengers (hormones) secre…
employs electrical and chemical means to send messages very q…
receives information about changes in the body through sense…
central nervous system & peripheral nervous system
endocrine system
communicates by means of chemical messengers (hormones) secre…
nervous system
employs electrical and chemical means to send messages very q…
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Anatomy and Physiology I- central nervous system
central nervous system
protection of brain (4)
3 layers of meninges
blood brain barrier
brain and spinal cord
1. skull... 2. meninges... 3. blood-brain barrier... 4. cerebrospinal…
1. dura mater... 2. arachnoid mater... 3. pia mater
-made of astrocytes and blood capallaries... -does not cover all…
central nervous system
brain and spinal cord
protection of brain (4)
1. skull... 2. meninges... 3. blood-brain barrier... 4. cerebrospinal…
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Chapter 12// The Central Nervous (Spinal Cord)// Honors Anatomy & Physiology// Part 2
1.Arachnoid mater
2. Central Canal
3. Dorsal root
4. Dura mater
The middle meninx, forms a loose brain covering, never dippin…
Also known as ependymal canal, is the cerebrospinal fluid-fil…
Posterior or sensory root, is the branch of the nerve that en…
Leathery, meaning "tough mother", is the strongest meninx; it…
1.Arachnoid mater
The middle meninx, forms a loose brain covering, never dippin…
2. Central Canal
Also known as ependymal canal, is the cerebrospinal fluid-fil…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 12 Nervous tissue
Functions of the Nervous system
Sensory Function
Integrative function
Motor Function
Sensory Function, Integrative function, Motor Function
Detect internal and external stimuli
Analyzes and stores sensory information.
Response that is appropriate for a stimulus
Functions of the Nervous system
Sensory Function, Integrative function, Motor Function
Sensory Function
Detect internal and external stimuli
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Anatomy Chapter 12 The Central Nervous System
Central Nervous System (CNS) consist of
Cephalization
Embryologically, the brain and spinal…
Neural tube's posterior end becomes
CNS consists of brain and spinal cord
Evolutionary development of rostral (anterior) portion of CNS…
neural tube
spinal cord
Central Nervous System (CNS) consist of
CNS consists of brain and spinal cord
Cephalization
Evolutionary development of rostral (anterior) portion of CNS…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 12 Nervous tissue
Functions of the Nervous system
Sensory input Function
Sensory neuron
Integrative function
Sensory Function, Integrative function, Motor Function
(Sensory neurons) Detect internal and external stimuli... (Affer…
Neurons that carry incoming information from the sense recept…
(Inter-neurons) Analyzes and stores sensory information, maki…
Functions of the Nervous system
Sensory Function, Integrative function, Motor Function
Sensory input Function
(Sensory neurons) Detect internal and external stimuli... (Affer…
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Anatomy and Physiology chapter 12 Nervous Tissue
Central Nervous System (CNS)
multipolar neuron
bipolar neuron
unipolar neuron
brain, spinal cord... functions- integrate, decide, control
Central Nervous System (CNS)
brain, spinal cord... functions- integrate, decide, control
multipolar neuron
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 12 Nervous tissue
Functions of the Nervous system
Sensory input Function
Sensory neuron
Integrative function
Sensory Function, Integrative function, Motor Function
(Sensory neurons) Detect internal and external stimuli... (Affer…
Neurons that carry incoming information from the sense recept…
(Inter-neurons) Analyzes and stores sensory information, maki…
Functions of the Nervous system
Sensory Function, Integrative function, Motor Function
Sensory input Function
(Sensory neurons) Detect internal and external stimuli... (Affer…
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Anatomy & Physiology I - The Central Nervous System
Brain
Cerebrum
Cerebral hemisphere
Diencephalon
Soft whitish-gray organ resides in cranial cavity and directl…
The enlarges superior portion of the brain... Composed of two ha…
Has five lobes (rounded subdivisions of an organ) that contai…
Below the cerebral hemispheres... Central core of brain... Consists…
Brain
Soft whitish-gray organ resides in cranial cavity and directl…
Cerebrum
The enlarges superior portion of the brain... Composed of two ha…
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Anatomy and Physiology I - Chapter 12
gyri
sulci
fissures
ventricles
elevated ridges of tissue on the surface of the cerebral cortex
shallow grooves in tissue on the surface of the cerebral cortex
deeper grooves that separate large regions of the cerebral co…
central cavities within the brain and spinal cord where CSF f…
gyri
elevated ridges of tissue on the surface of the cerebral cortex
sulci
shallow grooves in tissue on the surface of the cerebral cortex
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Anatomy Chapter 12: Central Nervous System
Meninges
Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF)
Blood Brain Barrier
Primary Brain Vesicle Prosencephalon (…
cover and protect CNS... protect blood vessels and enclose venou…
forms a liquid cushion of constant volume around brain... gives…
- helps maintain stable environment for brain ... - exceptionall…
telencephalon -> cerebrum (cerebral hemispheres) -> lateral v…
Meninges
cover and protect CNS... protect blood vessels and enclose venou…
Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF)
forms a liquid cushion of constant volume around brain... gives…
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Anatomy Chapter 12: Central Nervous System
Neurulation
Neural Plate
Neural Groove
Neural Folds
formation of the CNS/neural tube
key developmental structure that serves as the basis for the…
shallow median groove of the neural plate between the neural…
a structure that arises during neurulation in the embryonic d…
Neurulation
formation of the CNS/neural tube
Neural Plate
key developmental structure that serves as the basis for the…
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Anatomy Chapter 12 The Central Nervous System
gyri
sulci
fissures
ventricles
elevated ridge of tissue in cerebral cortex
shallow grooves of tissue in cerebral cortex
deeper grooves that separate large regions of the cerebral co…
central cavities within the brain and spinal cord where CSF f…
gyri
elevated ridge of tissue in cerebral cortex
sulci
shallow grooves of tissue in cerebral cortex
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Anatomy Chapter 12 The Central Nervous System
gyri
sucli
fissures
ventricles
ridges in brain
grooves in brain
deeper grooves that seperate large regions of the cerebral co…
central cavities within the brain and spinal cord where CSF f…
gyri
ridges in brain
sucli
grooves in brain
Anatomy Chapter 12 Central nervous system
what is the cns composed of?
what are the main parts of the brain
sulcus
gyrus
brain and spinal cord "supercomputer"
cerebrum, cerebellum, brainstem... cerebrum is 83% of brain volu…
groove
ridge
what is the cns composed of?
brain and spinal cord "supercomputer"
what are the main parts of the brain
cerebrum, cerebellum, brainstem... cerebrum is 83% of brain volu…
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Anatomy chapter 12 - the central nervous system
Brain and spinal cord
Neural tube
Prosencephalon, mesencephalon, rhomben…
Secondary brain vesicles
Components making up central nervous system
Develops as ectoderm starts to thicken. Ectoderm helps give r…
Forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain. Primary brain vesicles. F…
Up here around fifth week.
Brain and spinal cord
Components making up central nervous system
Neural tube
Develops as ectoderm starts to thicken. Ectoderm helps give r…
76 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 12 Nervous tissue
Functions of the Nervous system
Sensory Function
Integrative function
Motor Function
Sensory Function, Integrative function, Motor Function
Detect internal and external stimuli
Analyzes and stores sensory information.
Response that is appropriate for a stimulus
Functions of the Nervous system
Sensory Function, Integrative function, Motor Function
Sensory Function
Detect internal and external stimuli
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