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AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM PART OF THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM THAT CONTROLS INVOLUNTARY BODILY FUNCTIONS
BRAIN ORGAN FOUND WITHIN THE SKULL THAT ACTS AS CONTROL CENTER OF THE BODY PART OF CNS
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM COMPRISES THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD AND OVERSEES THE ENTIRE NERVOUS SYSTEM
CRANIAL NERVES 12 PAIRS OF NERVES ATTACHED TO THE BRAIN THAT CONTROL MOVEMENT AND STIMULI OF THE HEAD NECK ABDOMEN
GYRI FOLDS OF THE CEREBRUM
LOBE AREA OF THE BRAIN NAMED FOR THE CRANIAL BONE UNDER WHICH IS LOCATED
MENINGS TISSUES THAT COVER THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD
NEUROGLIA COLLECTIVE NAME FOR THE CELLS THAT AID THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
NEURON NERVE CELL
NEURONTRANSMITTERS CHEMICALS PRODUCED BY THE AXON TERMINALS THAT PASS A STIMULUS ACROSS THE SYNAPSE TO THE NEXT NEURON DIFFERENT CHEMICALS CONTROL SPECIFIC BODILY FUNCTIONS OR RESPONSES
PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM PART OF THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR CONTROLLING INTERNAL FUNCTIONS WHEN THE BODY IS AT REST
PERIPHEREAL NERVOUS SYSTEM THE NERVES SURROUNDING THE BRAIN SPINAL CORD CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
REFLEX RAPID INVOLUNTARY PREDICTABLE RESPONSES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
SOMATIC NERVOUS SYSTEM PART OF PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM THAT MAINTAINS VOLUNTARY FUNCTIONS
SPINAL CORD CONDUCTIVE TISSUE PROTECTED BY THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN THAT TAKES IMPULSES TO AND FROM THE BRAIN
SPINAL NERVES 31 PAIRS OF NERVES ATTACHED TO THE SPINAL CORD THAT MAKE UP THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
SULCI GROOVES FORMED BY THE GYRI IN THE CEREBRUM
SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM PART OF THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM THAT SPEEDS UP HEART RATE INCREASES BLOOD PRESSURE AND SLOWS DIGESTION IN FIGHT OR FLIGHT RESPONSE
VENTRICLES LOWER CHAMBERS OF THE HEART THAT CONTRACT TO CAUSE SYSTOLE
CEREBROSPINAL FLUID PROTECTIVE FLUID FOUND IN THE VENTRICLES OF THE BRAIN AND SURROUNDING THE SPINAL CORD
HOMEOSTASIS WHEN THE BODY MAINTAINS A STABLE STATE IN RESPONSE TO CHANGES IN THE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT
EPINEPHRINE INCREASES HEART RATE RESPIRATION AND BLOOD PRESSURE ALLOWS MORE GLUCOSE TO BE GIVEN TO THE SKELETAL MUSCLES
NOREPINEPHRINE CASUES ALTERNESS AND AROUSAL AIDS EPINEPHRINE
GAMMA AMINOBUTYRIC ACID REGULATES NERVE EXCITABILITY
DOPAMINE CONTROLS MOTOR FUNCTION MEMORY MOOD ATTENTION LEARNING
SEROTONIN REGULATES METABOLISM MOOD ANGER AGGRESION SLEEP
ENDORPHIN REGULATES PLEASURE AND PAIN
ASTROCYTES STAR CELLS SUPPORT NEURONS AND CONTRIBUTE TO BLOOD BRAIN BARRIER
MICROGILA LITTLE GLUE PHAGOCYTES THAT CLEAR DAMAGED CELLS AND DEBRIS
OLIGODENDROCYTES FEW BRANCHES PRODUCE THE MYELIN THAT INSULATES AND PROTECTS THE AXON
EPENDYMOCYTES COVERING LINE THE VENTRICLES OF THE BRAIN AND HAVE CILLA THAT CIRCULATE THE CEREBROSPINAL FLUID
POLARIZED PART OF THE ACTION POTENTIAL WHEN A CELL IS AT REST
DEPOLARIZED PART OF THE ACTION POTENTIAL WHEN A CELL IS STIMULATED AND CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AN ACTION
REPOLARIZED PART OF THE ACTION POTENTIAL WHERE A CELL CHANGES FROM AN ACTIVE STATE BACK TO RESTING
BRAINSTEM THE SITE IS WHERE THE SPINE ATTACHES TO THE BRAIN
MEDULLA OBLONGATA JOINS THE BRAIN TO THE SPINAL CORD
PONS BRIDGE ROUNDED KNOBLIKE AREA ABOVE THE MEDULLA
MIDBRAIN CONSISTS OF 2 NERVE TRACTS THAT CONVEY SENSORY AND MOTOR IMPULSES VISUAL AND AUDITORY ARE CONTROLLED HERE
CEREBRELLUM LOCATED AT THE BASE OF THE SKULL
DIENCEPHALON INTERBRAIN IS DIRECTLY ABOVE THE BRAINSTEM IN THE INTERIOR OF THE BRAIN
THALAMUS RELAY STATION FOR SENSORY IMPULSES TO THE CEREBRUM
HYPOTHALAMUS LOCATED BELOW THE THALAMUS ABOVE THE PITUITARY GLAND IS THE CENTER FOR REGULATION OF BODY TEMPERATURE HYDRATION METABOLISM
EPITHALAMUS THE ROOF OF THIRD VENTRICLE FORMS THE PINEAL GLAND CHOROID PLEXUS
PARIETAL LOBE LOCATED BEHIND THE FRONTAL LOBE RECEPTORS OF THE SKIN AND ALLOWS US TO RECOGNIZE SENSATIONS PAIN TEMPERATURE TEXTURES
CEREBRUM LARGEST SECTION OF THE BRAIN
OCCIPITAL LOBE LOCATED IN THE BACK OF THE BRAIN SMALLEST OF THE LOBES VISUAL STIMULI ARE INTERPRETED HERE
TEMPORAL LOBE FOUND ON EACH SIDE OF THE CEREBRUM RESPONSIBLE FOR HEARING PERCEPTION RECOGNITION
FRONTAL LOBE LOCATED BEHIND THE FRONATL BONE OR FOREHEAD RESPONSIBLE FOR LANGUAGE PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY TO REASON
AGRAPHIA INABILITY TO WRITE
PIA METER THIN MOTHER INNERMOST LAYER THIN WRAPPING THAT LIEW DIRECTLY AGAINEST THE BRAIN
ARACHNOID MATER SPIDER MOTHER WEBLIKE TISSUE FIBROUS
DURA MATER TOUGH MOTHER OUTERMOST LAYER COMPOSED THICK FIBROUS CONNECTIVE TISSUE
OLFACTORY SENSE OF SMELL
OPTIC SENSE OF VISION
OCULOMOTOR MOVEMENT OF EYELID CONSTRICTION OF PUPIL
TROCHLEAR MOVEMENT OF THE EYEBALL
TRIGEMINAL CHEWING SENSATION OF FACE SCALP TEETH
ABDUCENS MOVEMENT OF THE EYEBALL
FACIAL CONTRACTION OF FACIAL MUSCLES PRODUCTION OF SALIVA SENSE OF TASTE
VESTIBULOCOCHLEAR SENSE OF HEARING SENSE OF EQUILIBRIUM
GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL SENSE OF TASTE REFLEXES FOR HEART LUNGS BLOOD PRESSURE CONTRACTION OF PHARYNX
VAGUS SPEAKING DECREASESN HEART RATE PERISTALSIS INCREASES DIGESTIVE JUICES
ACCESSORY CONTRACTION OF NECK AND SHOULDER MUSCLES SPEAKING
HYPOGLOSSAL MOVEMENT OF THE TONGUE
AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS CALLED LOU GEHRIG DISEASE
APHASIA DEFECTIVE OR ABSENT LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS BECAUSE OF DISEASE OR INJURY OF BROCA AREA OR FRONATL LOBE
ATAXIA MOTOR DYFUNCTION BECAUSE OF DISEASE OR INJURY TO THE BRAIN CAUSING LOSS OF COORDINATION UNSTEADY GAIT
DEMENTIA PROGRESSIVE LOSS OF COGNITIVE INTELLECTUAL FUNCTION OF THE BRAIN CAUSES OF BRAIN INJURY DEPRESSION
EPILEPSY GROUP OF DISORDERS CHARACTERIZED BY RECURRENT SEIZURES
HUNTINGTON CHOREA INHERITED DISEASE THAT CAUSES SPEECH DISTURBANCES MUSCLE TICS AND DEGENRATION OF THE CEREBRAL CORTEX
MENINGITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE COVERING OF THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD CAUSED BY VIRUS OF BACTERIA
PARKINSON DISEASE PROGRESSIVE DEGENRATION OF THE NEURONS OF THE BRIAN THAT CAUSES TREMORS STIFF JOINTS
SPINA BIFIDA CONGENITAL MALFORMATION IN WHICH IN THE SPINE FAILS TO CLOSE
TOURETTE SYNDROME NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER CHARACTERIZED BY SPASMS TICS UNCONTROLLED VOCAL SOUNDS
ACETYLCHOLINE ACTIVATES MUSCLES
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