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in brain, the gray area of cerebrum is called...
cerbral cortex
in the brain, the white area of cerebrum is called...
cerebral medulla
eye structure that forms pupil
iris
what forms the pupil
iris
cranial nerve that delivers taste to the brain
glossopharyngeal facial
neuron with plysynaptic reflexes
interneuron
part of nervous system that has subconcious thought
autonomic of PNS
what are phasic recepters?
Phasic receptors adapt to a stimulus. This means that after a stimulus is applied for a while, the person is no longer conciously aware of it.
what are tonic receptors?
tonic receptors: constantly percieve stimuli
CSF flow in order
lateral ventricles
interventricular foramina
third ventricle
cerebral aqueduct
fourth ventricle
central canal
venous circulation
Lets invite the clown for clowning venues
# spinal nerves for:
cervical
thoracic
lumbar
sacral
coccy
cervical: 8
thoracic: 12
lumbar: 5
sacral: 5
coccy: 1
5 tastes
sweet
sour
salty
bitter
umami (savory)
brachial spinal nerves
C4-T1, arm, radial, median, ulnar, musculocutaneous
sacral spinal nerves
L4-S-4, leg (tibial and common peroneal)
cervical spinal nerves
C1-C4, phrenic
lumbar spinal nerves
L1-L4, femoral and obturater
auditory ossicles, name and which is closest to ear drum?
malleus*
incus
stapes
3 types of neurons based on their function?
afferent (sensory)
efferent (motor)
interneuron (association neuron)