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Choroid Plexus
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corpus callosum
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Thalamus
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hypothalamus
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pons
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medulla oblongata
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midbrain
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pineal gland
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pituitary
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infundibulum
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third ventricle
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fourth ventricle
ventricle?
cerebral aqueduct
ventricular system?
frontal lobe
lobe?
temporal lobe
lobe?
parietal lobe
lobe?
occipital lobe
lobe?
A. auditory cortex
B. in the temporal lobes
A. What area is it?
B. What lobe is it in?
primary somatosensory cortex
parietal lobe
senses pain, pressure, temp
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primary motor cortex
frontal lobe
voluntary movement of skeletal muscle
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prefrontal cortex
frontal lobe
intellect, reasoning, personality
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visual cortical areas
occipital lobe
vision
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Broca's area
frontal lobe
motor speech
Identify it?
Location?
Function?
lateral ventricle
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fourth ventricle
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cerebral aqueduct
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third ventricle
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pia mater
What is the purple layer?
arachnoid mater
What is the orange layer located superficial to the purple layer?
dura mater
What is the gray layer superficial to the orange and purple layers?
subarachnoid space
What's the space between the purple and orange layers?
cerebrum
What is this whole thing
cerebral hemispheres
It's made up of two sides, what are they?
gyrus
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sulcus
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longitudinal fissure
What divides the two hemispheres?
central sulcus
What divides the frontal and parietal lobes?
superior and inferior colliculi
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What region of the brain is at the core of the cerebrum?
diencephalon
What is the spongy region of the brain posterior and inferior to the cerebrum?
cerebullum