The brain

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F215 Flashcards on The brain, created by lauratyley on 06/01/2013.

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what does the hypothalamus control - 3 the secretion of hormones from the piturity gland, regulates the automic nervous system, effects the control of many homestatic processes such as body temperature and water content in body fluid
where is the hypothalamus above the piturity gland
where is the medualla oblongata below the piturity gland
functions of the cerebrum conscious though, learning, reasoning, intelligence, assossiation of incoming information, coordinating voluntary activity
name three asossiation areas in the cerebellum limbic system, occipital/temporal/occipital, frontal
what is the assosiation area in the limbic system consist of the hypothalamus and the amygdala
what does the amygdala control in the limbic system the automic and the endocrine system & emotions Amy is an automatically emotional
what does the hypothalamus control in the limbic system memory
what does this association area in the frontal lobe control ? planning actions and movements to move forward you need to plan and move
What does the assosiation area in the parietal, occipital, temporal lobe control where different parts of your body are
explain what the cerebellum does muscle co ordination, co ordination of balance, controls posture, eye movement
explain what the cerebellum does muscle co ordination, co ordination of balance, controls posture, eye movement
where does the cerebellum recieve its information from the stretch receptors in the muscles, eyes and ears & other parts of the brain
what does the medulla oblongata control automic/involuntary activities such as heart rate, breathing rate
explain differences in alzeheimers patients brain large ventricles, nuerones dieing, disrupted cell metabolism, nuerones have less synapses with other nuerones, lower then normal amounts of neuroe transmittor
explain symptoms patients with alzheimers will suffer from loss in memory, damage to hippocampus involved in memory
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