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Stack #131230

hypothalamus controll center for endocrine system ANS controll muscle controll temp regulation regulation of food and water intake emotions regulation of sleep/wake cycle
Epithalamus contains Pineal Gland - endocrine gland that may influence the sleep wake cycle
Medulla Oblongata regulates heart rate, blood vessle diameter, respiration, swallowing, vomiting, hiccuping, coughing, and sneezing
Thalamus influences mood and actions
Cerebellum controll of balance, posture, locomotion, and fine motor coordination (lets you sense things you cant see)
Pituitary Gland produces hormones that regulate metabolism, growth rate, and maturation of sex organs
Pons Sleep and respiration center
Mesencephalon integral part of auditory pathways in the CNS; connects brainstemm to diencephalon; some nuclei determine when muscle contractions will stop
components of Diencephalon Thalamus, epithalamus, hypothalamus
Parts of the Brainstem Medulla oblongata, pons, midbrain/mesencephalon
What do the lateral ventricles contain? cerebrospinal fluid
Choroid Plexus produces CSF which fills ventricles
Created by: schaie72