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Originates oculomotor nucleus and Edinger-Westphal nucleus. Affects upper eyelid and most oblique muscles of eyeball
Originates lateral geniculate nucleus. transmits visual information to brain.
Orginates anterior olfactory nucleus - transmits sense of smell
Originates in the trochelar nucleus. innervates the superior oblique muscle of the eye
Innervates parotid salivary gland -- innervation to stylopharyngeus -- originates in nucleus ambiguus. Receives taste from back 1/3 of tongue.
Abducts the eye -- originates in the abducens nucleus. Innervates lateral rectus muscle of eye.
Receives special sense of taste from the front 2/3 of tongue -- innervates salivary and lacrimal glands.Originates in facial nucleus. Provides motor innervation to muscles of facial expression.
Vestibular nuclei, cochlear nuclei. Senses sound, rotation and gravity
Receives sensation from face and moves muscles of mastication. Orginates in 4 trigeminal nuclei
Orginates in spinal accessory nucleus -- damage to said nerve causes a condition called "sweeny" in horses. Controls muscle of the neck and has overlap function with vagal nerve
Provides motor innervation to muscles of tongue and other glossal muscles.
Provides parasympathetic fibers to abdominal and thoracic viscera -- special sense of taste from epiglottis -- originates in nucleus ambiguus and dorsal motor vagal nucleus. provides innervation to laryngeal and pharyngeal muscles
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