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Unformatted text preview: frontal lobe B Pre motor area C Post-Central Gyrus The somatosensory area; It receives conscious sensations from the musculocutaneous regions of the body. D Brodmann’s Area (Primary Auditory Area) The area receives auditory stimuli, processes them into recognized sounds, and associates them with other functions such as speech and the memory necessary to speak and understand speech. E Pre-Central Gyrus The primary motor area; The center for voluntary control of the skeletal muscles. F Frontal Eye Field Synchronizes eye movements. G Visual areas H Broca’s Area The motor speech area for control of the muscles of speech. I Wernicke’s Area Language comprehension and elaboration; Important for all aspects of language, reading, and speech. J B E A J C D I F G H NAME OF AREA FUNCTION OF AREA A Corpus Callosum Connects the cerebral hemispheres. B Cingulate Gyrus Conscious manifestations of emotion. Corpora Quadrigemina The center for visual reflexes (superior colliculi) and the center for auditory reflexes (inferior colliculi) F Thalamus Receives all conscious sensations and acts as a relay center. G Pons Connects to the medulla for respiratory control. Other functions bridge voluntary and involuntary control. Connection of cranial nerves V, VI VII, VIII. H Medulla Oblongata The center for control of respiration, heart rate, and blood pressure. Connection for cranial nerves VIII, IX, X, XI, XII. I Arbor Vitae (of the Cerebellum) The white matter of the cerebellum (coordinates voluntary muscle action and connects to incoming and outgoing fibers to provide constant update adjustments) C D E J 9. Match the part with the letter. spinous process A transverse process D lamina C foramen E body B Statement spinous process transverse process lamina foramen body Score: Response C A B D E Value 20.0% 20.0% 20.0% 20.0% 20.0 % 1/1 10. There are _____ pair of ribs. A. 7 B. 5 C. 12 Student Response Value 0% 0% 100% D. 10 0% Score: Feedback 0.5/0.5 11. Match the bone with its letter. frontal bone B nasal bone A mandible E maxilla C zygomatic bone D Statement frontal bone nasal bone mandible maxilla zygomatic bone Score: Response A B E D C 1/1 12. The last part of a long bone to harden is the: Value 20.0% 20.0% 20.0% 20.0% 20.0 % Student Response Value A. bone collar B. epiphyseal plate 0% 100% C. medullary canal D. trochanter Feedback 0% 0% Score: 0.5/0.5 13. Almost all growth of the _____ occurs by 2 years of age. A. facial bones B. long bones C. cranial bones Student Response Value 0% 0% 100% D. All of these 0% Score: Feedback 0.5/0.5 View Attempt 2 of 2 Title: Started: Submitted: Time spent: Quiz #2 - Axial and Appendicular Skeleton November 10, 2008 3:25 PM November 10, 2008 3:33 PM 00:08:27 Total score: 10/10 = 100% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 10 1. All ribs articulate directly with the: Student Response A. thoracic vertebrae B. sternum C. lumbar vertebrae D. Both answers 1 and 2 Score: Value 100% Feedback 0% 0% 0% 0.5/0.5 2. Match the bone part with its letter. articular surface for patella A medial condyle G greater...
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