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by: Mrs. Raheem Heathcote


Mrs. Raheem Heathcote
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Steven Keffer

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This 42 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mrs. Raheem Heathcote on Saturday September 26, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIO 290 at James Madison University taught by Steven Keffer in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see /class/214126/bio-290-james-madison-university in Biology at James Madison University.




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Date Created: 09/26/15
Overview of Peripheral Nerve Innervation and The organization of the Cranial Nerves Sensory Innervation from the Body Gut Tube Special Genera Special General Hearing Pain Taste Pain Sight Temperature Temperature Smell Pressure Pressure Motor Innervation to Voluntary Effectors Involuntary Effectors skeletal muscles smooth muscle cardiac muscle amp glands Somatic motor Amh mOtO Visceral autonomic motor Parasympathetic motor Sympathetic motor Understanding the Cranial Nerves Learn them in 3 groups Atypical Cranial Nerves 2 Ventral Root Cranial Nerves 4 Dorsal Root Cranial Nerves 6 Atypical Cranial Nerves Olfactory Nerve CN 1 special sense of smell Optic Nerve CN 11 special sense of sight both are categorized as special body sensory innervation Ventral Root Cranial Nerves 4 Somatic Motor Innervation IE Sensory Innervation Oculomotor nerve CN 111 extrinsic eye mm Trochlear nerve CN IV extrinsic eye In Abducens nerve CN VI extrinsic eye m Hypoglossal nerve CN XII tongue mm Parasympathetl39c motor to ciliary m and Ms Sphincter m Dorsal Root Cranial Nerves 6 Learn the two easy ones rst Vestibulocochlear nerve CN VIII special sense of hearingbalance special body sensory innervation Accessory nerve CN XI arch motor to trapezius and sternocleidomastoid mm derived from arches 46 Remaining 4 dorsal root cranial nerves Each one has both sensory and motor components Each one is associated with a speci c pharyngeal arch Trigeminal nerve Facial nerve Glossopharyngeal nerve Vagus nerve Trigeminal Nerve Opthalmic nerve general body sensory innervation where Maxillary nerve general body sensory innervation where general gut tube sensory innervation where Mandibular nerve general body sensory innervation where general gut tube sensory innervation where L011 motor innervation to all Arch 1 muscles Facial Nerve special gut tube sensory innervation where arch motor innervation to all Arch 2 muscles parasympathetic motor innervation to three glands Which ones Glossopharyngeal Nerve general gut tube sensory innervation where special gut tube sensory innervation where arch motor innervation to Arch 3 muscle parasympathetic motor innervation to one gland Which one Identify each muscle Know if a muscle is somatic or pharygneal If it is pharyngeal know from which arch it is derived Innervated by dorsal root or ventral root cranial nerve Origins insertions actions innervations Know all the innervations sensory amp motor for all 12 cranial nerves Identify each gland and know its cranial nerve innervation Identify arteries and veins Be able to do appropriate blood traces posterior view i quotd v 392 Jquot III 39 T l ata l L w x 4 v


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