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1.3 2. The four regions of the spine and spinal cord are, from head to bottom, _________, _________, ___________, __________, and _____________. cervical thoracic lumbar sacral coccygeal
1.3 7. The H- shaped area of tissue in the core of the spinal cord is referred to as the spinal ___________ matter. gray
1.3 8. Nerves emerge from the spinal cord at 31 different levels; ________ motor nerves and ________ sensory nerves emerge from each level. 2 2
1.3 10. Nerves that carry signals toward a structure are said to be ____________ with respect to that structure. afferent
1.3 12. The brain and spinal cord together compose the ___________ nervous system. central or neuraxis
1.3 15. The two divisions of the PNS are the autonomic nervous system and the ___________ nervous system. somatic
1.3 16. Sensory nerves enter the spinal cord via the ____________ roots; motor nerves exit via the ____________ roots. dorsal ventral
2.3 1. Most brain slices are cut in one of three different __________, which are at right angles to each other. planes
2.3 2. Unilateral input to a brain structure is either contralateral or __________. ipsilateral
2.3 3. The ___________ or frontal plane is perpendicular to both the horizontal and sagittal planes. coronal
2.3 4. Any __________ section separates the anterior part of the brain from the posterior part. coronal
2.3 5. Any ___________ section of the brain separates the ventral part of the brain from the dorsal part. coronal
2.3 6. Any ____________ section of the brain separates the left ear from the right ear. sagittal
2.3 7. The anatomy of the spinal cord is usually studied in a series of ________ sections. cross
3.3 2. Two kinds of fibers extend from the somas of many neurons: one long _______ and many short bushy ___________. axon dendrites
3.3 3. The tiny bulbous endings of axon branches are called _______. buttons
3.3 4. The __________ of a neuron is the large spherical structure that contains its genetic material. cell body
3.3 18. The _________ or soma is the metabolic center of a neuron. cell body k
6.3 2. Most of the fourth ventricle is located in the _____________ of the metencephalon. medulla
6.3 4. In general, each cerebral hemisphere controls the ___________ side of the body. contralateral
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