Anatomy of the Nervous System

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  • 1
    What are the subdivisions of the PNS?
    Sympathetic NS and Parasympathetic NS
    SNS and ANS - Sympathetic NS and Parasympathetic NS
    Brain and spinal cord
  • 2
    Cerebral fluid is produced by
    Choroid plexuses
    Duramater matrix
    Endoplasmic reticulum
  • 3
    What are the correct names?
    CNS = nuclei + Tracts PNS = Ganglia + nerves
    CNS = ganglia + tracts PNS = nuclei + nerves
    CNS = nuclei + nerves PNS = ganglia + tracts
  • 4
    What is the job of the golgi complex?
    Transport material
    Protein and fat synthesis
    Packages molecules into vesicles
  • 5
    What is the job of the ER?
    Smooth = fat synthesis Rough = protein synthesis
    Packages molecules into vesicles
    Smooth = protein synthesis Rough + fat synthesis
  • 6
    PNS have
    Schwann cells
    Myelinated cells
  • 7
    Which cells wrap around axons of the neutrons in the CNS?
    Oligodendrocytes - glial cells
    Schwann cells
  • 8
    The forebrain is split into the
    Myelincephalon and Mesencephalon
    Telencephalon and the Diencephalon
  • 9
    Split into the Tegmentum and the Tectum
    Split into the Thalamus and the Hypothalamus
    Largest dimension initiated voluntary movement interprets sensory output and mediates cognitive processing
  • 10
    The Diencephalon
    Split into the tectum and tegmenjtum
    Split into the Hypothalamus and thalamus
  • 11
    The Mesencephalon is split into the
    Tectum and Tegmentum
    Thalamus and Hypothalamus
  • 12
    The tectum of the midbrain is split into the
    Pariaqueductal gray substantial nigra red nucleus
    Superior colliculus and inferior colliculus
    Thalamus and hypothalamus
  • 13
    The Metencephalon is split into
    Pons (Cerebellum)
  • 14
    The Myelincephalon is split into the
    Medulla - reticular formation
  • 15
    Cerebral cortex
    Large furrows = fissures small furrows = sulci
    Large furrows = sulci small furrows = fissures
  • 16
    The ridges between each fissure are called
    Corpus callous
  • 17
    Telencephalon of forebrain
    Thalamus - cortex
    Cerebral cortex basal ganglia and limbic system
    Hypothalamus - pituitary gland
  • 18
    Cerebral cortex frontal lobe
    Primary auditory cortex
    Primary Motor cortex
  • 19
    Temporal cortex
    Post central gyrus
    Primary Auditory cortex
    Premotor and supplementary motor area
  • 20
    Parietal Lobe
    Maintains position and post central gyrus
    Dorsal and ventral stream
  • 21
    Occipital Lobe
    Visual cues dorsal - where ventral - what
    Post central gyrus
  • 22
    Connectivist Principle:
    All actions engage with the basal ganglia the cerebellum and the hippocampus to the brainstem directing what we do
    All actions engage with the basal ganglia the cerebral cortex and the cerebellum to the brain stem which directs what we do
  • 23
    The forebrain
    Cerebellum, basal ganglia and limbic system
    Basal Ganglia and Limbic system
    Cerebral cortex, basal ganglia and limbic system

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