chapter 13 notes

Hungerandthirst 7 emotions 8 sleepandwakefulness 9

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Unformatted text preview: motional responses to odors. Also includes the pineal gland. What is this? pineal gland: sleep wake cycle D. Hypothalamus 9 hormones coming from pit. gland Most inferior part of diencephalon, connected to the pituitary gland via the _________________________. Anterior bulges are called the mammillary infundibulum bodies. 98 Nuclei of the hypothalamus are associated with control of various homeostatic functions including: 1. Heart rate regulation 2. Blood vessel diameter 3. Pituitary gland function - 9 hormones come from pituitary gland. 4. Muscle control 5. Body temperature regulation 6. Hunger and thirst 7. Emotions 8. Sleep and wakefulness 9. Sexual development and behavior 13.5 CEREBRUM Large superior and lateral parts of the brain Consists of left and right hemispheres, divided by the ____________________________ longitudinal fissure A. GRAY MATTER of the cerebrum comprises the ___________________________ cortex on the outside and the nuclei deep inside. 1. Gyri are _____________ ________________ of the cerebral cortex folds raised 2. Sulci are _____________ __________________ of the cerebral cortex shallow depressions B. WHITE MATTER of the cerebrum comprises three kinds of nerve fiber tracts: 1. Association fibers, connecting areas __________________ a hemisphere within 2. Commissural fibers, connecting left and right hemispheres; especially includes the corpus callosum. connects one hemisphere to the other0 3. Projection fibers, forming connections between the cerebral cortex and lower parts of the brain or the________________ ________________. spinal cord 99 The BASAL NUCLEI include a cluster of large nuclei of the cerebrum, diencephalon and midbrain Involved in controlling __________________ function. motor cerebrum: corpus striatum (caudate lentiform nuclei) midbrain: substantia nig...
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