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The hindbrain of the embryo develops into the pons, the medulla oblongata, part of the spi

The hindbrain of the embryo develops into the pons, the medulla oblongata, part of the spinal cord, and what other structure?

A) hypothalamus

B) cerebrum

C) cerebellum

D) thalamus

 

12) The telencephalon develops into what adult brain structure?

A) hypothalamus

B) cerebrum

C) cerebellum

D) thalamus

13) The diencephalon develops into the thalamus, the epithalamus, and what other structure?

A) hypothalamus

B) cerebrum

C) cerebellum

D) thalamus

 

14) During the human embryonic and fetal periods, the brain grows rapidly, most noticeably the growth of what structure?

A) hypothalamus

B) cerebrum

C) cerebellum

D) thalamus

 

15) Which of these regions of the brain regulates body temperature, hunger, and thirst?

A) hypothalamus

B) cerebrum

C) cerebellum

D) thalamus

 

16) Which of these regions of the brain, besides the cerebrum, has an outer cortical layer of gray matter?

A) hypothalamus

B) cerebrum

C) cerebellum

D) thalamus

 

17) Which of these regions has two hemispheres connected by the corpus callosum?

A) hypothalamus

B) cerebrum

C) cerebellum

D) thalamus

 

18) Which of these regions superior-most aspect is found in close proximityl to the fourth ventricle and lies lies just posterior to the pons?

A) hypothalamus

B) cerebrum

C) cerebellum

D) thalamus

19) Which of these regions of the brain has frontal, parietal, temporal, and occipital lobes, as well as the insula?

A) hypothalamus

B) cerebrum

C) cerebellum

D) thalamus

 

20) The insula is considered to be part of the ________.

A) hypothalamus

B) cerebrum

C) cerebellum

D) thalamus

 

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