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ch9-11 LaciS

carries impulses for the sense of smell toward the brain olfactory
carries visual impulses from the eye to the brain optic nerve
controls contraction of eye muscles oculomotor nerve
supplies ONE eyeball muscle trochlear nerve
carries sensory impulses from eye, upper jaw, and lower jaw toward the brain trigeminal
carries sensory impulses for hearing and equilibrium from the inner ear toward the brain Vestibulocochlear nerve
three layers of connective tissues that surround the brain and spinal cord to form a complete enclosure Meninges
controls muscles of the tongue hypoglossal n.
respond to movement such as stretch, pressure or vibration mechanoreceptors
controls muscles in the neck and larynx Accessory n.
coordinates voluntary muscles, maintains balance and muscle tone. "little brain" cerebellum
helps to regulate respiration pons
connects cerebrum and diencephalon with spinal cord Brain stem
detect change in temperature, many receptors are located in the skin. thermoreceptors
clear liquid circulates in and around the brain and spinal cord cerebrospinalfluid
the part of the nervous system that detects a stimulus sensory receptor
located in the retina of the eye, respond to light. photoreceptors
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