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1.Dilation of the pupil when scared is an effect of the sympathetic or parasympathetic nervous system? 2.What areas comprise the diencephalon?
a.Thalamus, hypothalamus, epithalamus
3.What areas comprise the brainstem?
a.diencephalon, midbrain, pons, and medulla oblongata
4.The interventricular foramen is the passageway between what two areas a.3rd ventricles and the lateral ventricles
5.The myoneural function is made of or comprises what structures? a.Axon, motor end plate, synaptic cleft, effector, skeletal muscle 6.The maxillary division of cranial nerve V is located in this foramen… a.Foramen ovale

7.Motor Nerve Ending Slide:
Is the Neuron in this slide a “motor” or “sensory” type?
motor
What is the effector organ in this slide specimen?
Skeletal muscle
What is the neurotransmitter in this slide specimen?
aCh
8.Sympathetic Ganglion Slide:
The specimen is a cross section of what type of ganglion?
Sympathetic ganglion
Is this specimen “unipolar” or “multipolar?”
multipolar
Is this specimen “motor” or “sensory?”
sensory

9.The pyramids are located anterior to this brain structure… a.Corticospinal tracts
10. Nissil Body slide:
Function of above structure
11. Astrocyte Slide
Function of above structure
12. Dorsal Root Ganglion Slide:
This is a cross section slide specimen of what structure?
Dorsal Root Ganglion
Is it motor or sensory?
sensory
Is it unipolar or multipolar?
unipolar
Are the satellite cells orderly or scattered?
I don’t know… I think orderly
13. CSF flows from the lateral ventricles to the 3rd ventricle through____interventricular foramina_______ 14. Satellite cells tend to be arranged in a more even or orderly placement on this type of ganglion when viewed microscopically __I don’t know_________ 15. Name a neuroglia cell__astrocyte______

16. Identify the following parts on the sheep brain:
Corpus callosum20
Septum pellucidum
Intermediate...
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