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Review Sheet: Exercise 17Gross Anatomy of the Brain and Cranial NervesNameLab Time/DateNot for Distribution
The Human Brain1.Using the terms from the key, identify the structures of the brain.Key:a.brain stemb.central sulcusc.cerebellumd.frontal lobee.lateral sulcusf.occipital lobeg.parietal lobeh.parieto-occipital sulcusi.postcentral gyrusj.precentral gyrusk.temporal lobel.transverse cerebral fissure2.In which of the cerebral lobes are the following functional areas found?
3.Which of the following structures are not part of the brain stem? (Circle the appropriate responseor responses.)
4.Complete the following statements by writing the proper word or phrase on the correspondingblanks below.A(n)1is an elevated ridge of cerebral tissue. The convolutions seen in the cerebrum areimportant because they increase the2. Gray matter is composed of3. White matter iscomposed of4. A fiber tract that provides for communication between different parts of thesame cerebral hemisphere is called a(n)5tract, whereas one that carries impulses from thecerebrum to lower CNS areas is called a(n)6tract. The caudate nucleus and putamen arecollectively called the7.1.2.3.4.5.6.7.

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