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Feature of the brain stem, most caudal (1/3)
Feature of the brain stem, more rostral (2/3)
Feature of the brain stem, more rostral (3/3)
Feature of the diencephalon (lower down) (1/2)
Feature of the diencephalon (2/2)
Other region of the forebrain, anterior to diencephalon
The gyrus anterior to the central sulcus
It's involved in this system
The gyrus posterior to the central sulcus
It's involved in this system
The big horizontal fissure under the frontal lobe
The gyrus above/surrounding the corpus callosum
Outermost cell layer in development
Middle layer
Inner layer
This layer becomes the nervous system
This layer induces the above layer to become the nervous system
The neural plate and groove fold in and become the
The region dorsal to the neural tube is the
An important signaling molecule expressed from the notochord, ventrally, is
In the three-vesicle stage of development, most rostral region, aka forebrain
More caudal region, aka midbrain
Most caudal region, aka hindbrain
In the five-vesicle stage, most rostral region, part of forebrain
More caudal region, part of forebrain
PromptResponse
More caudal region, aka midbrain
More caudal region, aka afterbrain
Most caudal region, aka medullary brain
Cranial nerve involved in eye movements (1/3)
Cranial nerve involved in eye movements (2/3)
Cranial nerve involved in eye movements (3/3)
Motor cranial nerve (1/2)
Motor cranial nerve (2/2)
Hearing/balance cranial nerve
Cranial nerve involved in olfaction
Sensory/motor cranial nerve (1/4)
Sensory/motor cranial nerve (2/4)
Sensory/motor cranial nerve (3/4)
Sensory/motor cranial nerve (4/4)
Cranial nerve involved in vision
Motor system - voluntary movements descend via these pathways
which includes this tract (the main tract for voluntary movements) (1/2)
and this tract (also for voluntary movements but not that important) (2/2)
Posture and locomotion information descend via these pathways
which includes this tract (for balance) (1/4)
and this tract (for head and eye coordination) (2/4)
and this tract (for posture) (3/4)
and this tract (also for posture) (4/4)
The corticospinal tract has a decussation called the
The rubrospinal tract originates in the
PromptResponse
The basal ganglia motor loop goes from the basal ganglia to the
and back to the basal ganglia via the
The cerebellum motor loop goes from the cerebellum up to the
and then up to the
and then back down to the cerebellum via the
The loop involved in selection and initiation of willed movements is the
The loop involved in motor coordination is the
Basic role of the hypothalamus (think Heal) (1/4)
Basic role of the hypothalamus (think hEal)(2/4)
Basic role of the hypothalamus (think heAl)(3/4)
Basic role of the hypothalamus (think heaL) (4/4)
An ANS region above/surrounding the corpus callosum
An ANS region hidden in the lateral fissure
An ANS nucleus in the brainstem
The fight or flight division of the ANS
The rest and digest division of the ANS
The division with autonomic ganglia close to the spinal cord
The division with autonomic ganglia close to the target organ
Basic role of the limbic system (think Home) (1/4)
Basic role of the limbic system (think hOme) (2/4)
Basic role of the limbic system (think hoMe) (3/4)
Basic role of the limbic system (think homE) (4/4)
Important area for language, above the lateral fissure
Important area for language, below the lateral fissure
The connector between these two areas

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