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Created by Terri Street for OKTechMasters © 2000 Adapted by Penni Johnson, Human Anatomy & Physiology, Alpharetta High School, 2008.

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2 Created by Terri Street for OKTechMasters © 2000 Adapted by Penni Johnson, Human Anatomy & Physiology, Alpharetta High School, 2008

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4 A. C. B. D. $100

5 A. C. B. D. $100

6 Back to Board

7 A. Pons C. Cerebellum B. Hypothalmus D. Frontal lobe The site of regulation of water balance and body temperature.

8 A. PonsB. Hypothalmus The site of regulation of water balance and body temperature.

9 Back to Board The site of regulation of water balance and body temperature is the Hypothalmus.

10 A. Occipital lobe C. Cerebellum B. Cerebral aqueduct D. Hypothalmus Responsible for the regulation of posture, balance and coordination. Takes over learned motor skills.

11 C. Cerebellum D. Hypothamus Responsible for the regulation of posture, balance and coordination. Takes over learned motor skills.

12 Back to Board The cerebellum is responsible for the regulation of posture, balance and coordination. It takes over learned motor skills.

13 A. Pons C. Motor cortex B. Medulla oblongata D. Neurotransmitters Contains autonomic centers, which regulate blood pressure and respiratory rhythm, as well as coughing and sneezing centers.

14 C. Motor cortex B. Medulla oblongata Contains autonomic centers, which regulate blood pressure and respiratory rhythm, as well as coughing and sneezing centers.

15 Back to Board The medulla oblongata contains autonomic centers, which regulate blood pressure and respiratory rhythm, as well as coughing and sneezing centers.

16 A. Temporal lobe C. axons B. Cerebral cortex D. Corpus callosum Large fiber tract connecting the cerebral hemispheres.

17 C. axons D. Corpus callosum Large fiber tract connecting the cerebral hemispheres.

18 Back to Board The large fiber tract connecting the cerebral hemispheres is the corpus callosum.

19 A. Spinal cord C. Choroid plexus B. Brain stem D. Thalamus Forms the cerebrospinal fluid.

20 A. Spinal cord C. Choroid plexus Forms the cerebrospinal fluid.

21 Back to Board The Choroid plexus forms the cerebrospinal fluid.

22 A. Hypothalamus C. Ventricles B. Diencephalon D. schwann cells Part of the limbic system; contains centers for many drives (rage, pleasure, hunger, sex, etc.)

23 A. HypothalamusB. Diencephalon Part of the limbic system; contains centers for many drives (rage, pleasure, hunger, sex, etc.)

24 Back to Board The Hypothalamus is the part of the limbic system that contains centers for many drives (rage, pleasure, hunger, sex, etc.)

25 A. Visera C. Arachnoid B. Dura D. Pia The outermost meningeal layer.

26 A. ViseraB. Dura The middle meningeal layer; has a cobweb like structure.

27 Back to Board The outermost meningeal layer is the Dura matter.

28 A. Pyramidal tract C. Cerebral cortex B. Diencephalon D. Brain stem Known as the inter brain; it is located deep within the brain and composed of the thalamus, hypothalamus and epithalamus.

29 A. Pyramidal tractB. Diencephalon Known as the inter brain; it is located deep within the brain and composed of the thalamus, hypothalamus and epithalamus.

30 Back to Board Known as the inter brain; the Diencephalon is located deep within the brain and composed of the thalamus, hypothalamus and epithalamus.

31 A. Mesencephalon C. Forebrain B. Epithalamus D. Corpus callosum The pineal gland is located in the:

32 C. Forebrain B. Epithalamus The pineal gland is located in the:

33 Back to Board The pineal glad is located in the epithalamus.

34 A. Brain stem C. Diencephalon B. Choroid plexus D. Cerebellum Regulates essential survival functions and composed of Pons and Medulla oblongata. Maintains life without conscience thought.

35 A. Brain stem D. Cerebellum Regulates essential survival functions and composed of Pons and Medulla oblongata. Maintains life without conscience thought.

36 Back to Board The Brain stem regulates essential survival functions and is composed of Pons and Medulla oblongata. Maintains life without conscience thought.

37 A. heart rate C. Walking B. blood pressure D. The left side of the body The motor cortex located on the right half of the cerebrum controls:

38 C. Walking D. The left half of the body The motor cortex located on the right half of the cerebrum controls:

39 Back to Board The right half of the motor cortex located on the cerebrum controls the left half of the body.

40 A.Move and coordinate the eyes C. Smooth muscles B. Muscles of the digestive system D. Voluntary muscle movements What muscles do the midbrain control?

41 A.Move and coordinate the eyes D. Voluntary muscle movements What muscles do the midbrain control?

42 Back to Board The muscles that move and coordinate the eyes are the muscles the midbrain control?

43 A. Pineal gland C. Brocas area B. Wernickes area D. Hypothalamus Secretes melatonin and regulates the sleep wake cycle.

44 A. Pineal glandB. Wernickes area Secretes melatonin and regulates the sleep wake cycle.

45 Back to Board The pineal gland secrete melatonin and regulates the sleep wake cycle.

46 A. Cerebral spinal fluid C. Meneges B. Blood brain barrier D. Arachnoid space What is found in & around the brain & spinal cord; forms a cushion that protects the nervous tissue from blows and other trauma?

47 A. Cerebral spinal fluidB. Blood brain barrier What is found in & around the brain & spinal cord; forms a cushion that protects the nervous tissue from blows and other trauma?

48 Cerebral spinal fluid is found in & around the brain & spinal cord; it forms a cushion that protects the nervous tissue from blows and other trauma?

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