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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Directional Terminology Mid- Sagittal Lobes Cranial Nerves Grab Bag
From which surface (s) can you see the Massa Intermedia?
From which surface (s) can you see the Mammillary Bodies?
Ventral and Midsagittal
From which surface (s) can you see the medulla?
Ventral & Midsagittal
From which surface (s) can you see the cerebellum?
Dorsal, ventral, & midsagittal
Put the following structures in order from Anterior to Posterior: Interpeduncular Fossa Anterior Commissure Superior Colliculus Optic Chiasm
1. Anterior Commissure 2. Optic Chiasm 3. Interpeduncular Fossa 4. Superior Colliculus
This structure connects the third and fourth Ventricles
This structure maintains muscle tone, balance, and finely coordinated movement.
This structure links the medulla oblongata to the midbrain.
The superior colliculus is ______ to the pineal body.
Along with the brain, this structure comprises the CNS.
Which lobe tells us “where” sounds and objects are in space?
Posterior Parietal Association Cortex
The Primary Somatosensory Cortex is found in which lobe?
Which lobe tells us “what” objects and sounds are?
Which two lobes are divided by the Rhinal fissure?
Parietal and Temporal (in humans) Superior temporal gyrus and pyriform lobe (in sheep)
The precentral gyrus is found in which lobe?
What type of nerve is the hypoglossal nerve and what is its function?
Motor Function: Controls most of the tongue muscles
What type of nerve fibers are found in cranial nerve X and what is its function?
Both Sensory and Motor Function: Supplies sensory parasympathetic fibers to nearly all internal organs
What is the name and function of cranial nerve VII?
Facial Nerve Function: Controls facial expression and taste to two-thirds of the tongue. Also controls the salivary glands.
What is the name and function of cranial nerve X1?
~ Accessory Nerve ~Controls muscles of the neck, shoulders, & head, and overlaps with functions of the Vagus
Give the name, function and type of nerve fibers found in cranial nerve III.
Name: Oculomotor Nerve Function: Controls most eye movement Fiber type: Motor
Why must closed shoes always be worn in the lab?
Sharps are being used as well as hazardous chemicals.
Who were the authors of your sheep brain photographic series?
Vanderwolf and Cooley
What is the name of the fluid in which the sheep specimens are now being stored?
Caro-safe (MSDS available on my website)
What two subdivisions make up the hindbrain?
Metencephalon (Cerebellum & Pons) Myelencephalon (Medulla Oblongata
What is the difference between anatomy and physiology?
~ Anatomy: Deals with structure ~ Physiology: Study of function
Directional Terminology Mid- Sagittal Lobes Cranial.
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM Dissection of the Sheep Brain Including Midsagittal, Dorsal and Ventral Sections.
1 Station 1 – Whole brain Terms in alphabetic order: Central sulcus Cerebrum Gyrus Lateral fissure Longitudinal fissure Sulcus T H
Lab 19 Cranial Nerves & Brain dissection. Today Intro to the brain The cranial nerves Human and sheep brain anatomy Get to work CLEAN UP.
EXERCISE 19: BRAIN AND CRANIAL NERVES
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EXERCISE 17: BRAIN AND CRANIAL NERVES
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SHEEP BRAIN DISSECTION parts, parts, parts. cerebral cortex Sheep brains have parts comparable to human brains. Notice the two hemispheres. Identify.
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Week 10 Central Nervous System The Brain Sheep HumanHuman BrainBrain Brain.
The Brain 06 Laboratory Exercise. Objectives Recognize the medulla, pons, cerebellum, midbrain, diencephalon, and cerebral hemispheres Recognize the corpus.
3.01 Remember the structures of the nervous system.
1 Bio101 Laboratory 13 Neuron/Spinal Cord Histology Brain Anatomy Sheep Brain Dissection.
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The Human Nervous System Salt Lake Community College Human Anatomy Lab.
Gross Anatomy of the Brain and Cranial Nerves. Whole Brain Cerebrum Longitudinal Fissure Central Sulcus Precentral Gyrus Postcentral Gyrus.
Sheep Brain Dissection. 2 Cerebral Hemispheres Ventral Dorsal Posterior (Caudal) Anterior (rostral)
Brain and Cranial Nerves $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Brainstem and Diencephalon FINAL ROUND Cerebrum and Cerebellum Cerebrospinal.
Lecture # 21: The Brain and Cranial Nerves (Chapter 14) Objectives: 2- Name the three coverings of the central nervous system and give the characteristics,
What does a Nervous System do for you? Detect (sense) changes in the environment (light, sound, smell, taste, touch, heat) Detect (sense) changes in the.
V. overview of major regions of the brain cerebrum cortex (gray matter) tracts (white matter) nuclei (gray matter) diencephalon epithalamus thalamus hypothalamus.
Copyright © 2004 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Diencephalon Figure
Gross Anatomy of the Brain and Cranial Nerves Lab Exercise 7.
Pages Expect to see most of these structures in your brain dissection.
1 Bio211 Laboratories 8 & 9 Brain/Cranial Nerves Spinal Cord Sheep Brain.
LAB #2: GROSS & INTERNAL CNS II Midrostral Medulla IV Ventricle Tegmentum Periventricular Zone Pyramidal tract Inferior Olive Hypoglossal NucleusVestibular.
J. Lauwereyns, Ph.D. Professor Graduate School of Systems Life Sciences Kyushu University Basic neuroscience Anatomy.
Central Nervous System (CNS) CNS – composed of the brain and spinal cord CNS – composed of the brain and spinal cord Cephalization Cephalization Elaboration.
This is my favorite lab! Gross Anatomy of the Brain & Cranial Nerves Page 200 in the lab book.
The Brain and Cranial Nerves Handout #7 Functions of Gray Matter and Handout #8 Cranial Nerves (just location for 3rd test) A. Brain 1. Principal parts.
Lab Practical 3: Nervous System You are responsible for learning all of the following nervous system structures You are responsible for learning all of.
Myelin Neurilemma Axon Dendrite Epineurium Perineurium Synaptic end bulb Node of Ranvier.
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Human Anatomy & Physiology SEVENTH EDITION Elaine N. Marieb Katja Hoehn PowerPoint.
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Neuroanatomy. Brain Organization Spinal Cord Anatomy Dorsal Ventral Dorsal Horn: Sensory information in Ventral Horn: Motor information out.
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