The vermis purkinjes --> ______ --> ICP --> medullary reticular formation --> vestibulospinal pathways --> axial motor control
What is the function of the paravermis?
modulation of stretch and withdrawl reflexes
Where do the mossy fibers come from in the cerebrocerebellum?
Climbing fibers from the ____ converge on Purkinje cells.
inferior olivary nucleus (ION)
What facilitates lateral inhibition?
inhibitory interneurons connecting the neighboring Purkinje cells
____ from the ION converge on the Purkinje cells.
The cerebrocerebellum is the most _____ part of the cerebellum anatomy.
What are the 2 types of fibers that are the major input tracts to the cerebellum?
climbing fibers and mossy fibers
The vestibulocerebellum contains the _____.
What are the 3 gross divisions of the cerebellum?
2 hemispheres + 1 midline vermis
Where do the mossy fibers come from in the vestibulocerebellum?
the vestibular system
Where do the mossy fibers come from in the spinocerebellum?
the spine and elsewhere