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Nervous system 4


Cerebrospinal fluid Plasma like fluid that fills the cavities of the CNS and surrounds the CNS externally, protects the brain and spinal cord
Limbic system Functional brain system involved in emotional response and memory formation
Ventricles Cavities in the brain which are filled with cerebrospinal fluid
Insula Lobe of the cerebral cortex that is buried in the lateral sulcus beneath the parietal, frontal, and temporal lobes.
Parts of the brain stem -Midbrain -Pons -Medula
Hippocampus Limbic system structure that plays a role in converting new information into long term memories
Amygdala The amygdala is an almond shaped mass of nuclei located deep within the temporal lobes. This structure is important for determining emotional responses, especially those associated with fear.
Created by: usillygoose93