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Upgrade: free 7-...ProfiNervous System Anatomy and Physiology,Anatomy and Physiology, nervous system, Nervoussystem physiology and anatomyTerms in this set (151)spinal corda long, thin, tubular bundle of nervous tissue andsupport cells that extends from the medullaoblongata in the brainstem to the lumbar region ofthe vertebral columncerebelluma major feature of the hindbrain responsible forbody movements and balanceStudy sets, textbooks, questionsNervous System Anatomy and Physiology, Anatomy and Physiology, ne......1 of 2721/01/2022, 14:24
cerebrumthe principal and most anterior part of the brain invertebrates, located in the front area of the skulland consisting of two hemispheres, left and right,separated by a fissuremidbrainrelays sensory and motor impulses; servesimportant functions in motor movement,particularly movements of the eye, and in auditoryand visual processing.ponspart of the brain stem, assists with regulation ofbreathingmedulla oblongatapart of brain stem, regulates heart rate, bloodpressure, and breathing, and controls the reflexesof coughing, sneezing, and vomitingNervous System Anatomy and Physiology, Anatomy and Physiology, ne......2 of 2721/01/2022, 14:24
pituitary glanda pea-sized structure located at the base of thebrain, just below the hypothalamus, to which it isattached via nerve fibers. It is part of theendocrine system and produces criticalhormones, which are chemical substances thatcontrol various bodily functionshypothalamuslower portion of diencephalon which acts as anautonomic center regulating metabolism, heartrate, blood pressure, thirst, hunger, energy level,and body temperaturethalamusmiddle portion of diencephalon which relayssensory impulses up to the sensory cortex (aka thecerebrum); regulates sleep and consciousnessNervous System Anatomy and Physiology, Anatomy and Physiology, ne......3 of 2721/01/2022, 14:24
epithalamusupper portion of diencephalon that regulateshormones secreted by the pineal gland. Thepineal gland produces melatonin, a serotoninderived hormone which modulates sleep patternsstriatumstructure lying at the base of the forebrain which isa critical component of the motor and rewardsystems. Coordinates decision-making, motivation,and reinforcement.corpus callosuma thick band of nerve fibers that divides thecerebral cortex lobes into left and righthemispheres and acts as the connection betweenthe two.meningesthree layers of protective tissue between the brainand skullNervous System Anatomy and Physiology, Anatomy and Physiology, ne......4 of 2721/01/2022, 14:24
frontal lobecerebrum lobe responsible for memory,intelligence, behavior, emotions, motor function,and smelloccipital lobecerebrum lobe responsible for vision and speechparietal lobelobe responsible for somatic sensations (pain,touch, temperature perception), and speechtemporal lobelobe responsible for hearing, smell, memory,speech, and emotionNervous System Anatomy and Physiology, Anatomy and Physiology, ne...

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