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 The Meninges. Dura mater - outermost layer Arachnoid mater   -  no blood vessels, in between layer (resembles a spider web) Pia mater -inner membrane, contains nerves and blood vessels to nourish cells . CSF -  cerebrospinal fluid. Figure 13.25a. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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The Meninges

The MeningesDura mater - outermost layer

Arachnoid mater - no blood vessels, in between layer (resembles a spider web)

Pia mater -inner membrane, contains nerves and blood vessels to nourish cells

Figure 13.25a

CSF - cerebrospinal fluid

Dura mater is being peeled away in this photo.

Subdural Hematoma

Natgeo Brain Surgery Video - removal of tumorhttp://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/science/health-human-body-sci/human-body/brain-tumor-sci/

CNN Video Showing cognitive tasks during brain surgery as a tumor is removed.Spinal Cord

passes down the vertebral canal, has 31 segments (each with a pair of spinal nerves)Cervical enlargement = supplies nerves to upper limbs (neck)

Lumbar enlargement = supplies nerves to the lower limbs (lower back)FUNCTION: conducting nerve impulses, serves as a center for spinal reflexesASCENDING - impulses travel to the brain (sensory)

DESCENDING - impulses travel to the muscles (motor)

Spinal reflexes - reflex arcs pass through the spinal cord

THE BRAINANATOMICAL REGIONS CerebrumCerebellumBrain Stem

CEREBELLUMBalance and coordination

CEREBRUM - wrinkly large part of the brain, largest area in humans, higher mental function

Brain Stem -regulates visceral functions (autonomic system)

1. Cerebral Hemispheres - left and right side separated by the ....

Corpus Callosum- connects the two hemispheres

The Cerebral HemispheresFigure 13.7b, c

3. Convolutions of the Brain

- the wrinkles and grooves of the cerebrumFissures = deep groove

Sulcus = shallow groove

Gyrus = bump4. Fissures separate lobes

Longitudinal fissure - separate right and left sides

Lobes of the Brain (general functions)

5. Frontal reasoning, thinking, language

6. Parietal touch, pain, relation of body parts (somatosensory)7. Temporal Lobe hearing

8. Occipital vision

Figure 13.7a

LOBES OF THE BRAIN (CEREBRUM)Sulcus = grooveGyrus = raised bump

Fissure = deep groove

9. Cerebral Cortex - thin layer of gray matter that is the outermost portion of cerebrum (the part with all the wrinkles)Functional and Structural Areas of the Cerebral CortexFigure 13.11a

11. Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) - fluid that protects and supports brainFigure 13.27b

FUNCTIONAL REGIONSA. MOTOR AREASB. SENSORY AREAS C. ASSOCIATION 12. Motor Areas- controls voluntary movements- the right side of the brain generally controls the left side of the body-also has Broca's Area (speech)

13. Sensory Area- involved in feelings and sensations (visual, auditory, smell, touch, taste)

14. Association Areas- higher levels of thinking, interpreting and analyzing information

BRAIN STEM

Consists of three parts:

-MIDBRAIN-PONS-MEDULLA OBLONGATA

5. Midbrain visual reflexes, eye movements6. Pons - relay sensory information7. Medulla heart, respiration, blood pressure

Cerebellum - balance, coordination 9. HIPPOCAMPUSMemory is controlled by the HIPPOCAMPUS (sea horse; thats its shape). The hippocampus plays a major role in memories.

How important are your memories?If you were involved in a traumatic event, such as a rape or a terrorist attack, would you take a pill that would make it so that you did not remember the event?http://psychcentral.com/news/2011/05/27/drug-metyrapone-to-erase-bad-memories/26532.html