Part A

Match the terms in column A with

Column A

a.

central sulcus

b.

cerebral cortex

c.

convolution (gyrus)

d.

corpus callosum

e.

falx cerebelli

f.

hypothalamus

g.

insula

h.

medulla oblongata

i.

midbrain

j.

optic chiasma

k.

pineal gland

l.

pons

m.

tentorium cerebelli

the descriptions in column B. Place the letter of your choice in the space provided.

Column B

__1. structure formed by the crossing-over of the optic nerves

__2. part of diencephalon that forms lower walls and floor of third ventricle

__3. cone-shaped structure in the upper posterior portion of diencephalon

__4. connects cerebral hemispheres

__5. ridge on surface of cerebrum

__6. separates frontal and parietal lobes

__7. part of brain stem between diencephalon and pons

__8. rounded bulge on underside of brain stem

__9. part of brain stem continuous with the spinal cord

__10. a layer of dura mater that separates cerebellar hemispheres

__11. a layer of dura mater that separates occipital lobe from cerebellum

__12. cerebral lobe located deep within lateral sulcus

__13. thin layer of gray matter on surface of cerebrum

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