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Name: Mamasalagat, Shalemar R.Relos, Jessa Mae D.Joromat, Jade C.Section: BSPh 1A & BSMTDate:3/7/2021The Human Brain1. Match the letters on the diagram of the human brain (right lateral view) to the appropriateterms listed at the left.h1. frontal lobeb2. parietal lobej3. temporal lobef4. precentral gyrusc5. parieto-occipital sulcusa6. postcentral gyrusi7. lateral sulcusa8. central sulcuse9. cerebelluml10. medullad11. occipital lobek12. pons2. In which of the cerebral lobes are the following functional areas found?auditory cortex:Temporalolfactory cortex: Temporalprimary motor cortex:Frontalvisual cortex:Occiptalprimary sensory cortex:ParietalBroca’s area: Frontal3. Which of the following structures are not part of the brain stem? (Underline theappropriate response or responses.)cerebral hemispheresponsmidbraincerebellummedulladiencephalonExercise 14Gross Anatomy of the Brainand Cranial Nerves
4. Complete the following statements by writing the proper word or phrase on thecorresponding blanks below.A(n) ___1___ is an elevated ridge of cerebral tissue. The convolutions seen in the cerebrum areimportant because they increase the __2____. Gray matter is composed of ___3___. Whitematter is composed of ___4___. A fiber tract that provides for communication betweendifferent parts of the same cerebral hemisphere is called a(n) ___5___, whereas one that carriesimpulses from the cerebrum to lower CNS areas is called a(n) ___6___ tract. The lentiformnucleus along with the caudate nuclei are collectively called the ____7__.1.Gyrus_______________2.Surface Area__________3.Neuron Cell body______4.Axon________________5.Association tract______6.Projection Tract_______7.Basal Tract___________5. Identify the structures on the following sagittal view of the human brain stem and

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Term
Fall
Professor
Sneary,M
Tags
temporal lobe, Medulla oblongata, Facial nerve, trigeminal nerve

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