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optic
seeing
eye
trigeminal
sensation of the face and teeth
dentist
vestibulochclear
hearing
vear
vagus
controls organs of thoracic and abdominal cavities
intestines
accessory
contraction of the shoulders
necklace
hypoglossal
movement of the tounge
gloss
glossopharyngea
sensation of saliva
gloss
facial
contraction of the facial muscles
face
abducens
movement of the eyeball
three parts
oculomotor
movement of the eyeball
ocul
trochlear
movement of the eyeball
three parts
olfactory
seeing
factory
MESA
motor,efferent,sensory, afferent
way a signal travels
what are the 5 components of the arc reflex?
receptor,sensory motor,inter neuron, motor neuron, and effector
think of mesa


what short circuits the brain?
interneuron
part of the 5 components
Afferent travels to the
spinal cord
efferent travels to the
muscle
Is the autonomic nervous system involuntary or voluntary?
involuntary
What are in the system(ANS)?
visceral muscles(digestion),cardiac muscles(heart beat), glands(sweat glands)
What are the subdivisions of the A.N.S.?
sympathetic:emergency
parasympathetic:relax
Response of an organ can be?
excitatory or inhibitory depending on the receptors present in the organ.
What is the regulation of the a.n.s.?
medulla and the hypothalamus
response:
perspiration
increase
response:
secretion of the epinephrine
increase
response:
blood vessels in the skin
constricted
blood sugar
increase
flow of watery saliva
decrease
blood vessels in the abdominal
constricted
peristalsis of the digestive tube
decrease
premotor
frontal
seat of intellagence
frontal
taste area
parietal
language/speech comprhension
temporal
visual area
occipital
motor speech area
frontal
somatic motor cortex
frontal
somatic motor cortex
frontal
primary sensory cortex
parietal
auditory area
temporal
what are the meninges
dura mater, pia mater, and arachnoid mater
what area of the cns controls breathing?
medulla
what are the components of the brain stem?
medulla,pons, and midbrain
what area of the brain controls heart rate, respiratory, and blood pressure?
medulla
which is the composition of the dorsal root ganglia?
cell bodies
what two lobes does the central sulcus separate?
parietal and frontal