BIO201A Session 8 Quiz Study Guide.docx

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STUDY GUIDE Session 8 Chapters 21, 22, 23, & 24 Use this study guide along with the assignments and objectives for this session to help you learn this material. Keep in mind that there is information not included on this guide that you are expected to know. There are a lot of details in these chapters. This is tough stuff! Try to continually see the big picture and use common sense to make it all fit together. It might be a good idea to go back and revisit the organization of the nervous system. Know about the following nerves and structures: o spinal plexuses o phrenic nerve (C 3, 4, 5 keeps the diaphragm alive!) o sciatic nerve o median nerve o femoral nerve o cauda equina How many spinal nerves are there? How many pairs of spinal nerves are there? How many spinal nerves are mixed? What is the general structure of a spinal nerve? The cranial nerves are important to know. Use a pneumonic to remember all the details. (There are a lot to choose from online, or make one up on your own! ) A good way to remember that CN I is olfactory and CN II is optic is that you have 1 nose and 2 eyes (hopefully!
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