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Brain Jeopardy Brain mattersI lobe the cerebrum All you need is half a brain…
The entire population of neuron cell bodies on the surface of the brain are referred to as the cerebral _______.
The largest set of commissural fibers is the _____________.
Answer: corpus callosum
_________ is gray matter of the cerebrum that issues subconscious motor commands.
Answer: the basal nuclei
White matter is colored whitish due to the presence of __________.
Answer: myelin, or myelinated fibers
This set of gray matter is involved with memory storage and retrieval.
Answer: limbic system
The frontal and parietal lobes are separated by the ____________.
Answer: central sulcus
The primary motor cortex is located here: _________.
Answer: prefrontal gyrus of frontal lobe
The primary auditory cortex is located in the _________ lobe.
The interpretation of a sensation occurs in related _____________ areas.
Intellectual functions like problem solving, prediction of consequences are performed in the _____________.
Answer: prefrontal cortex
Which cerebral lobe is not visible from a midsagittal view?
True or False: A midsagittal section passes vertically through the third ventricle.
True or false: With a midsagittal section, association fibers are cut.
Answer: False, association fibers do not cross the midline. Commissural fibers cross the midline.
True or False: There are some cortical integration centers that are found in only one cerebral hemisphere.
Answer: True, examples are speech center, general interpretative center
CSF is produced by the ________.
Answer: choroid plexuses of the ventricles
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