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What does the ANS regulate?

Autonomic responses go to?

How many efferent neurons are needed to get a response from ANS to the efferent organ?

What are the 2 divisions of the ANS and how do they differ?

Explain the three ways the Efferent neuron (preganglionic) can go.

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3>This one, please explain completely as it will be on your exam J

 

Where are the sympathetic ganglions located?

Where are cell bodies of parasympathetic neurons located?

Where are cell bodies of sympathetic neurons located? 

Which preganglionic neuron is long, sympathetic or parasympathetic?

What is Dual innervation?

What 2 drugs do we need to know that affect the ANS, and what do they do?

What is Cerebral Palsy? 

What is the infection of the Meninges? 

What does the virus Poliomyelitis destroy?

 

Sympathetic

Parasympathetic

HR

BP

 

BF→M

 

RR

Pupil

Dilate

 

Bronchi

 

Constrict

BF→GI

 

 

Activity of Glands

Tears

 

BG

 

 x

Sweat

 

 x

 

 

Oh, Once One Takes The Anatomy Final, Very Good Vacations Are Heavenly

 

Nerve

Cranial Nerve Name & location runs through

Motor/Sense/Mix

Areas of innervations

I

O         

S

 

 II

O

S

 

III

O

M

 

IV

T

M

 

V

T

Mx

 

VI

A

M

 

VII

F

Mx

 

VIII

V

S

 

IX

G

Mx

 

X

V

Mx

 

XI

A

M

 

XII

H

M

 

 

How many Cranial Nerves?  24, 12 pairs! 

The cat will have only one to identify in lab – the Vagus nerve, innervating ____________.        

The only ones to know in the Sheep Brain. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Motor Nerves go through the anterior rami and will form nerve plexuses on both sides of the body. They are:

             1.) ______________

            2.) _______________

            3.) _______________

            4.) _______________

 

The Posterior rami has motor nerves that will go around back and innervate the deep _________________.

What makes up the PNS?

 

What are Afferent fibers?

 

What are Efferent fibers? Name 2 types and give examples?

 

What are the Cranial nerves (make a chart, 3 columns), do they have s, m, or mx, and what is it they sense, or motor?

 

Which nerves of the 12 pairs are related to eye movements?

 

Where do the spinal nerves, not cranial nerves, exit the vertebral canal? What is the one exception?

 

After nerves become spinal nerves, are they mixed or are they still just sensory or motor?

 

What does the vertebral root consist of?

 

What does the Posterior root consist of?

 

The Ventral Root cell bodies are located in the grey matter of the cord. T  F

 

1. Ascending tract

2. Posterior funiculus

3. Lateral funiculus

4. Dorsal root ganglion

5. Anterior ramus

6. Ramus communicans

7. Anterior funiculus

8. Posterior horn

9. Descending tract

10. Posterior root (sensory)

11. Posterior ramus

12. Sympathetic trunk ganglion

13. Anterior root (motor)

14. Anterior horn

 

 

Anterior root cell bodies are located outside the cord in root ganglia.  T  F

 

What does the spinal nerve branch into after leaving the intervertebral foramen?

 

What is the posterior ramis responsible for?

 

What is the anterior ramis responsible for? 

 

What are the rami communicates for?

 

Name 4 principal plexuses of the anterior nerves?

 

What is different between destination/direction of posterior ramus, and anterior ramus innervations? One goes directly,……….. one forms……., and has additional…..which go……….

Our current area of study is Nervous System.  Here are some links to podcasts that will help with the over all understanding. Marion Diamond’s podcasts, through UC Berkeley are connected by utube, but you can download them for free on itunes. Also S. Langjhar’s current lectures are available at the IMC or at this link:

http://imcserver.avc.edu/Subscribe.html

 

Diamond’s Lecture 22 Nervous System   Neural History -starts part way through.

Diamond’s Lecture 23 Nervous System 

Diamond’s Lecture 24 Nervous System Development of Nervous System

Diamond’s Lecture 25 Nervous System Spinal Cord & Nerves

Diamond’s Lecture 26 Nervous System Peripheral Nerves

Diamond’s Lecture 27 Nervous System Sensory & Motor Pathways

Diamond’s Lecture 28 Nervous System Motor Pathways to Forebrain

Diamond’s Lecture 29 Nervous System Forebrain

Just found this video on the Limbic System , after watching this, you’ll know what the limbic system is about.

 Only current worksheets will be linked. The others will become available as we review their areas.

Exam worksheets are always available in SI, then the week of the exam, they will be available here.

Exam I Worksheets:

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