Lab 12: the Central Nervous System

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Name_Jennifer Pettersen_ Central Nervous System Lab
1. Match the terms below with the statements that follow.
A. Central sulcus | H. Medulla oblongata |
B. Cerebral Cortex | I. Midbrain |
C. Convolution (gyrus) | J. Optic Chiasma |
D. Corpus callosum | K. Pineal gland |
E. Falx cerebelli | L. Pons |
F. Hypothalamus | M. Tentorium cerebella |
G. Insula | N. Diencephalon |

1. Structure formed by the crossing-over of the optic nerves ___J__ 2. Part of the diencephalon that forms lower walls and floor of third ventricle _F_ 3. Cone-shaped structure attached to upper posterior portion of diencephalon __K__ 4. Connects cerebral hemispheres __D_

5. Ridge on surface of the cerebellum ___C_
6. Separates frontal and parietal lobes __A__
7. Part of brain between diencephalon and pons __I___
8. Rounded bulge on underside of brainstem __L__
9. Part of brainstem continuous with the spinal cord __H_
10. A layer of dura mater that separates occipital lobe from cerebellum _M____ 11. A layer of dura mater that separates occipital lobe from cerebellum __E___ 12. Cerebral lobe located deep within lateral sulcus ___G_

13. Thin layer of gray matter on surface of cerebellum ___B__ 2. Indicate which cranial nerve(s) is/are most closely associated with each of the following functions: 1. Sense of hearing __auditory________________________________________________ 2. Sense of taste __facial____________________________________________________

3. Sense of sight _optic_____________________________________________________ 4. Sense of smell _olfactory__________________________________________________

5. Sense of equilibrium __vestibular cochlear_________________________________________ 6. Conducting sensory impulses from upper teeth __maxillary trigeminal_________________ 7. Conducting sensory impulses form lower teeth __mandibular trigeminal___ 8. Raising the eye...
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