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Review for Chapter 12 The Central Nervous System Matching Questions Figure 12.1 Using Figure 12.1, match the following: 1) Afferent impulses from all senses and all parts of the body converge here and synapse with at least one of its nuclei. Page 441; Fig. 12.11 2) Putamen. Page : 442; Fig. 12.11 3) Anterior horn of lateral ventricle. Ref: 442; Fig. 12.11 4) Inferior horn of lateral ventricle. Ref: 442; Fig. 12.11 5) Part of the basal nuclei. Page: 441; Fig. 12.11 6) Thalamus. Page 443; Fig. 12.11
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Figure 12.2 Using Figure 12.2, match the following: 7) Pons. Page 440; Fig. 12.10 8) Corpus callosum. Page 440; Fig. 12.10 9) Caudate nucleus. Page f: 440; Fig. 12.10 10) Globus pallidus. Ref: 440; Fig. 12.10 11) Thalamus. Page 440; Fig. 12.10
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Figure 12.3 Using Figure 12.3, match the following: 12) Site of efferent soma. Ref: 468; Fig. 12.31 13) Site of axons and afferent neurons.Ref: 468; Fig. 12.31 14) Site of sensory soma. Page 469; Fig. 12.31 15) Gray commissure.Page: 469; Fig. 12.31 16) Horn usually containing interneurons. Page : 468; Fig. 12.31 17) Site containing central canal. Page : 468; Fig. 12.31 18) Multipolar neurons are common here. Page: 468; Fig. 12.31 Match the following: A) Parietal lobe B) Temporal lobe C) Insula D) Frontal lobe E) Occipital lobe 19) Auditory area.Ref: 438 20) Primary sensory cortex.Ref: 438; Fig. 12.8 21) Somatic motor cortex. Page : 435; Fig. 12.8 22) Motor speech area.Ref: 438; Fig. 12.8 23) Premotor area.Ref: 437; Fig. 12.8 24) Visual area. Page: 438; Fig. 12.8 25) Taste (gustatory) area. Ref: 439; Fig. 12.9
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26) Seat of intelligence, abstract reasoning. Page : 439; Fig. 12.8 Match the following: A) Primary motor cortex B) Prefrontal area C) Hypothalamus D) Thalamus 27) A major relay station for sensory information ascending to primary sensory areas of the cerebral cortex. Contains many specialized nuclei. Page : 441; Fig. 12.12 28) This brain area associates experiences necessary for the production of abstract ideas, judgment, and conscience. Page : 439; Fig. 12.8 29) The axons from this area form the major pyramidal tracts. Page: 435; Fig. 12.8 30) This area is the main visceral control center of the body. Page 443; Fig. 12.12 Match the following: A) Hypothalamus B) Brain stem C) Thalamus D) Cerebrum E) Cerebellum 38) Gateway to the cerebrum Ref: 443 39) Motor command centerPage: 450 40) Survival center Page : 445 41) Executive suiteRef: 435 42) Visceral command centerRef: 443 True/False Questions 43) Petit mal seizures found in children generally go away with age.Ref: 454 44) Specific motor and sensory functions are localized in specific areas called domains, whereas memory and language have overlapping domains.Ref: 435 45) A flat EEG is a good indication of deep sleep.Ref: 455 46) The corpora quadrigemina superior colliculi are visual reflex centers, whereas the inferior colliculi are auditory reflex centers.Ref: 446 47) Cell bodies of the somatic motor neurons of the spinal nerves are located in the ventral horn of the spinal cord.Ref: 468; Fig. 12.32
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