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MCB3209, Chapter 8 requirements Anatomical location of the following hemisphere structures: Lobes: frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital Sulci: central and lateral Sensory areas for: touch, hearing, vision Motor areas along central sulcus Locations and functions of the following in the somatic sensory pathway: Post-central gyrus (incl. homunculi) Touch receptor Sensory neuron Second order and third order nerves Relay in thalamus Post-central gyrus (L side of body in R side of brain and R side of body in L side of brain) Locations and functions of the following in the somatic motor pathway : Pre-central gyrus (incl. homunculi; R side of brain leads to L side of body and L side of
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Unformatted text preview: brain leads to R side of body) Motor neuron Corticospinal nerves Motor nerve to muscle through ventral horn thalamus, basal nuclei (+ cerebellum) Locations and one function each of the following regulatory structures Hypothalamus: hunger, thirst, temperature regulation, control hormone release from pituitary Pituitary Gland: multiple hormones (growth, reproduction, lactation, adrenal gland, thyroid gland) Pons: respiration Medulla oblongata: cardiovascular function (heart, blood vessels) Locations and function of the following components of a spinal reflex: Sensor Afferent nerve Dorsal root and ganglion Spinal cord Efferent motor nerve Ventral root Muscle...
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