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REVIEW SHEETGross Anatomy of the Brain and Cranial NervesName _______________________________________________________ Lab Time/Date ____________The Human Brain1. In which of the cerebral lobes (frontal, parietal, occipital, or temporal) would the following functional areas be found?auditory area _____________________________olfactory area _________________________primary motor area ________________________visual area ____________________________somatic sensory area _______________________Broca’s area ___________________________
2. Match the letters on the diagram of the human brain (right lateral view) to the appropriate terms listed at the left:1. frontal lobe2. parietal lobe3. temporal lobe4. precentral gyrus5. parieto-occipital sulcus6. postcentral gyrus7. lateral sulcus8. central sulcus9. cerebellum10. medulla oblongata11. occipital lobe12. Pons3. Which of the following structures are not part of the brain stem? (Circle the appropriate response or responses.)
4. Complete the following statements by writing the proper word or phrase in the corresponding blank at the right.1. ____________________________2. ____________________________3. ____________________________4. ____________________________5. ____________________________6. ____________________________7. ____________________________A(n) 1__ is an elevated ridge of cerebral tissue. Inward folds ofcerebral tissue are called 2_ or 3_ . Gray matter is composed of4 _. White matter is composed of 5_ . A bundle of fibers thatprovides for communication between different parts of the CNS

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