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nervous - brain, neurons & lobes

what are the 4 cavities of the brain that contain and form CSF ventricles
what is in front of the medulla and helps regulate respiration pons
this connects the cerebral hemispheres corpus callosum
this regulates visual & auditory reflexes, encloses the cerebral aqueducts & maintains equilibrium midbrain
this coordinates voluntary movement, regulates muscle tone & equilibrium cerebellum
this integrates sensation before relaying them to the cerebral cortex and suppresses unimportant sensations thalamus
this regulates accessory movement basal ganglia
this regulates production of antidiuretic hormone & oxytocin, body temp & body rhythms hypothalamus
this helps regulate heart rate & respiration, coughing, swallowing & BP medulla
this is responsible for thinking & memories cerebrum
this part of the lobe covers general sensory areas for taste and overlaps the temporal lobes parietal lobe
this lobe area contains the visual areas occipital lobe
this lobe area has the auditory and olfactory area temporal lobe
this lobe area initiates impulses for voluntary movement and motor speech frontal lobe
these neurons carry impulses from receptors to the CNS and are called afferent neurons sensory neurons
these neurons carry impulses from CNS to effectors & are called efferent neurons motor neurons
these neurons are found only in the CNS interneurons
these nerves contain both sensory & motor neurons mixed nerves
this is a group neurons that have a similar function within the CNS nerve tracts
Created by: pmm