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18 a cerebellum 15 b cerebral aqueduct 1 c small part

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_18__a. cerebellum__15_b. cerebral aqueduct_1__c. (small part of) cerebralhemisphere_14 _d. cerebral peduncle
_10 _e. choroid plexus_13_f. corpora quadrigemina_2__g. corpus callosum_4__h. fornix_16_i. fourth ventricle_6__j. hypothalamus_5__k. intermediate mass_8__l. mammillary bodies_19_m. medulla oblongata_7__n. optic chiasma_12_o. pineal gland_9__p. pituitary gland_17_q. pons_3__r. septum pellucidum_11_s. thalamus6. Using the terms from question 5, match the appropriate structures with the descriptions givenbelow. Write only the letter that corresponds to your answer.__j__1. site of regulation of body temperature and water balance; most important autonomiccenter__c__2. consciousness depends on the function of this part of the brain
_f___3. located in the midbrain; contains reflex centers for vision and audition__a_4. responsible for regulation of posture and coordination of complex muscular movements__s__5. important synapse site for afferent fibers traveling to the sensory cortex__m_6. contains autonomic centers regulating blood pressure, heart rate, and respiratoryrhythm, as well as coughing, sneezing, and swallowing centers__g__7. large commissure connecting the cerebral hemispheres__h__8. fiber tract involved with olfaction__b__9. connects the third and fourth ventricles__s__10. encloses the third ventricle7. Embryologically, the brain arises from the rostral end of a tube-like structure that quickly becomesdivided into three major regions. Groups of structures that develop from the embryonic brain arelisted below. Designate the embryonic origin of each group as the hindbrain, midbrain, or forebrain.___Forebrain___1. the diencephalon, including the thalamus, optic chiasma, and hypothalamus___Hindbrain___2. the medulla, pons, and cerebellum___Forebrain___3. the cerebral hemispheres8. What is the function of the basal ganglia?

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