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A shallow groove separating the frontal and parietal

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7. A shallow groove separating the frontal and parietal lobes. Central sulcus Exercise 10-12 1. The portion of the brain stem composed of myelinated nerve fibers that connects to the cerebellum. Pons 2. The superior portion of the brain stem. Midbrain 3. The part of the brain between the pons and the spinal cord. Medulla oblongata 4. The region of the diencephalon that acts as a relay center for sensory stimuli. Thalamus 5. A diffuse neuronal network involved in emotional states and behavior. Limbic system 6. Nuclei that regulate the contraction of smooth muscle in blood vessel walls. Vasomotor center 7. The portion of the brain controlling the autonomic nervous system. Hypothalamu s 8. Interconnected collections of neuronal cell bodies that modulate motor outputs and facilitate routine motor tasks. Basal nuclei 9. A network of brain stem neurons involved in wakefulness and screening out routine sensory input. Reticular formation
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Exercise10-13 1. Technique that produces a picture of brain activity levels in the different parts of the brain. PET 2. Technique that measure electric currents in the brain. EEG 3. X-ray technique that provides photos of bone, cavities and lesions.
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  • Fall '17
  • Kimberly Schulz
  • Facial nerve, optic nerve, oculomotor nerve

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