18. A newborn baby weighs 7 lb 8 oz (seven pounds and eight ounces). If 1 lb = 0.454 kg, what is done to convert the baby’s weight to kilograms?….
search for an acronym/mnemonic that will help you remember the Cranial Nerves (there are some hilarious ones online, and you KNOW Ill take ANY of them, as long as it helps you remember).
Boom Goes the Cranium!
- Please search for an acronym/mnemonic that will help you remember the Cranial Nerves (there are some hilarious ones online, and you KNOW Ill take ANY of them, as long as it helps you remember). Find another acronym/mnemonic help you remember where there they are Sensory, Motor, or Both (mixed) nerves) Fill out this chart below. Create your own fun acronym too!
|Cranial Nerve||Nerve Name||Mnemonic (You found)||Mnemonic (You made)||Sensory, Motor, Both||Mnemonic||Brief description|
|VII||B||Sense and Move Face|
|VIII||Vestibulocochlear (Auditory)||Sense hearing, balance|
|IX||B||Sense and move tongue/taste|
|X||Sense and move visceral organs|
|XI||Spinal Accessory (Accessory)||M||Move neck|
- Cut or tear out the number below. Each number represents a cranial nerve. Ask one of your group members to lie down. Place the numbers on one side of the cranium of the group member. The numbers must be placed according to the locations of the cranial nerves. You only have to label one side of the cranium. Once you have finished, take a picture and post it to this assignment in your canvas shell. Good luck and have fun!
RonaRemix: You can definitely do this by drawing directly onto a pic or video and uploading that.
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