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Ch 14 Nervous System

Cranial Nerves

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Cranial nerve I. sense of smell (oh!) olfactory nerve
Cranial nerve II. sense of vision (oh!) optic nerve
Cranial nerve III. movement of the eyeball, eyelids, and iris (to change the diameter of the pupil) (oh!) oculomotor nerve
Cranial nerve IV. movement of the eyeball (to) trochlear nerve
Cranial nerve V. sensation of the eyelids, scalp, face, lips and tongue. movement of the muscles for chewing. It consists of 3 branches: ophthalmic nerve, maxillary nerve, mandibular nerve (touch) trigeminal nereve
Cranial nerve VI. movement of the eye (and) abducens nerve
Cranial nerve VII. sense of taste from the front of the tongue. control of salivary and lacrimal glands. movement of facial muscles (feel) facial nerve
Cranial nerve VIII. sense of hearing and balance. it is also known as the auditory nerve a (virgin's) vestibulocochlear nerve
Cranial nerve IX. sense of taste from the back of the tongue. movement of the muscles for swallowing. It controls the parotid salivary glands (girl) glossopharyngeal nerve
Cranial nerve X. sensation of taste from the soft palate and throat. sensation in the ears, diaphragm, and the internal organs of the chest and abdomen. It controls the beating of the heart and the smooth muscles in the bronchi and the GI tract (vagina) vagus nerve
Cranial nerve XI. movement of the muscles for swallowing, the vocal cords, and muscles of the neck and upper back. 2 of it nerve branches also assist the vagus nerve (and) accesory nerve
Cranial nerve XII. movement of the tongue (hymen) hypoglossal nerve
sensory (type of nerve) afferent
motor (type of nerve) efferent
afferent and defferent (both) integrate
Some Say Marry Money But My Brother Says Bad Business Marry Money 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 S= SENSORY (AFFERENT) M= MOTOR (EFFERENT) B= BOTH (INTEGRATE)
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