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Brain and Cranial Nerves

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Laboratory Report 25 questions and answers.

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optic chiasma

structure formed by crossing-over of optic nerves

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pineal gland

cone-shaped structure attached to upper portion of thalamus

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corpus callosum

connects cerebral hemispheres

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convolution

ridge on surface of cerbrum

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central sulcus

separates frontal and parietal lobes

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midbrain

part of brain stem between diencephalon and pons

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pons

rounded bulge on underside of brain stem

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medulla oblongata

enlarged continuation of spinal cord

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vermis

connects cerebellar hemispheres

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insula

cerebral lobe located deep within lateral sucu

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cerebral cortex

thin layer of gray matter on surface of cerebrum

12

sense of hearing

vestibulocochlear nerve (VIII)

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sense of taste

facial (VII)

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sense of sight

optic (II)

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sense of smell

olfactory (I)

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sense of equilibrium

vestibulocochlear (VIII)

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conducting sensory impulses from upper teeth

trigemineal (V)

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conducting sensory impulses from lower teeth

trigemineal (V)

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raising eyelids

facial (VII)

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focusing lenses of eyes

oculomotor (III)

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adjusting amount of light entering eye

oculomotor (III)

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moving eyes

oculomotor (III)

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stimulating salivary secretions

facial (III)

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movement of trapezius and sternocleidomastoid muscles

accessory (XI)

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muscular movements associated with speech

glossopharyngeal (IX)

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muscular movements associated with swallowing

glossopharyngeal (IX)


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