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Crossworld Puzzle Questions:

D3 Down: An impulse-conducting cell in the brain.


B6 across: The middle part of each cerebral hemisphere behind the central sulcus
F6 down: Peptides, resembling opiates, that are released in the body in response to stress or trauma.
A15 across: A cellular junction
D15 down: Long portion of nerve fiber that conducts away from the soma of a neuron.
I2 down: Innercore of the brainstem also known as the medulla oblongata.
K5 down: Formed in endocrine glands, secreted in the bloodstream to produce bodily changes.
N3 down: A slender tissue joining two parts of an organ, some functions include breathing, feeling and
ponse to stress or trauma.

of a neuron.

uce bodily changes.


clude breathing, feeling and movement in the face and eyes.