Biological Aspects of Brain Function quiz

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1) It sends information to the Thalamus. Part of the basal ganglia
1) Globus pallidus
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2) Cortical layer receiving sensory information
2) IV
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3) Gyrus that wraps around the corpus callosum. Also part of limbic system.
3) Cingulated gyrus
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4) Part of cortex hidden in the depths of the lateral sulcus
4) Insula
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5) White matter that divides the caudate and putamen
5) Internal capsule (anterior limb)
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6) From a dorsal section, you can see it bulging into the lateral ventricle.
6) Head of the caudate nucleus
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7) Kissing through the third ventricle and it connects the two lobules of the thalamus
7) Massa intermedia of the thalamus
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8) It is the main white matter bundle that connects left and right hemisphere. Posterior part.
8) Splenium of the Corpus callosum
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9) It receives information from the cortex. Part of the basal ganglia
9) Striatum (i.e. Caudate and Putamen)
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10) Precentral gyrus, also known as….. primary cortex
10) Primary motor cortex
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11) Postcentral gyrus, also known as ….. primary cortex.
11) Primary somatosensory cortex
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12) BA 17 or V1, also known as ….primary cortex
12) Primary visual cortex
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13) Gigantic cells in layer V of the motor cortex.
13) Betz cells (Giant pyramidal cells)
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14) It connects third and fourth ventricles
14) Cerebral aqueduct
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15) Its degeneration causes Parkinson Disease
15) Substantia Nigra
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2) Cortical layer receiving sensory information

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3) Gyrus that wraps around the corpus callosum. Also part of limbic system.

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4) Part of cortex hidden in the depths of the lateral sulcus

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5) White matter that divides the caudate and putamen

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