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What are the structures of the Midbrain? Cerebral Peduncles, Reticular Formations, Corpora Quadrigemina
Where are MOTOR projection tract located? within the Cerebral Peduncles of the Midbrain
Where do the Cerebral Peduncles carry the MOTOR Projection tracts to Pons
What structures do Cerebral Peduncles contain? MOTOR Projection tracts and SENSORY tracts
Where are the SENSORY tracts within the Cerebral Peduncles headed? Spinal Cord --> Thalamus
What are Reticular Formations? core of GRAY matter extending into Forebrain and Hindbrain
What is the function of Reticular Formations? determine level of Consciousness and arousal of Cortex
What are the structures that make up the Corpora Quadrigemina? Superior Colliculi (2) and Inferior Colliculi (2)
Where are the Superior and Inferior Colliculi located? in the Corpora Quadrigemina of the Midbrain
What structure controls VISUAL reflexes (involuntary head/eye movement)? Superior Colliculi
Which structure controls AUDITORY reflexes (involuntary head movement)? Inferior Colliculi
Created by: kristel387