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Flashcards in Cerebellum Deck (9):
1

How do the cerebellum and basal ganglia influence and direct LMNs?

Indirectly

2

What separates the cerebral cortex from the cerebellum?

Falx Cerebri

3

Where do most of the primary afferents to the cerebellum go through?

Inferior Cerebellar Peduncle

4

What is the only primary afferent to the cerebellum that goes through the Superior Cerebellar Penduncle?

Ventral Spinocerenellar Tract

5

What is the only primary afferent to the cerebellum that goes through the Middle Cerebellar Penduncle?

Pontocerebellar Tract

6

Where do the climbing fibers come from?

Contralateral inferior olivary nucleus

7

Where do the mossy fibers come from?

All places other than the contralateral inferior olivary nucleus

8

How are climbing fibers wired to Purkinje cells?

1 to 1 ratio

9

How are mossy fibers wired to Purkinje cells?

Attached to granule cells with feed into parallel fibers that feed into Purkinje cells

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