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exam 3-

chap 10-11-12-13

the 4 major parts of the brain are? cerebrum-largest divides into R-L hemisphere diencephalon-contains thalamus and hypothalimus brain stem- contains mid brain, pons, medulla oblongata
what is homunculous? the little man that shows that each partof tghe body is controlled by specific area of brain and how complicated movement are so the brain can control it.
name the two different types of cells in the nervous system? neuroglia and neurons
another name for neuroglias? glial cells
the neuroglia or glial cells are the? nerv glue
the most abundant of the nerve cells are the? neuroglia/glial cells
glial cells do what? support , protect insulate and nourish & care for neurons
the most important cell in transmission is the? nueron
neurons are nonmiotic, this means they do not replicate or replace themselves when injured
Created by: veronicasauceda