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BIO 213 Human Anatomy and Physiology IThe Brain and Cranial Nerves Study GuideThe brain can be divided into three major portions which includes the cerebrum, thecerebellum and the brainstem.1, Identify and explain the following structures
2, Identify and explain the components of the Diencephalon-Thalamus: is an opioid mass on each side of the brain-Hypothalamus: forms parts of walls and floor of the third ventricle-Epithalamus (Pineal Gland): very small mass of tissue
3, Identify and explain the components of the brainstem
4, Explain the embryonic development of the nervous tissue
Hindbrain: rhombencephalon-Fifth Week:Forebrain: divides into two vesicles-Telencephalon: 1/2 of forebrain-Diencephalon: 1/2 of forebrainMidbrain: remains undivided-Mesencephalon: name of the midbrainHindbrain: divides into two vesicles-Metencephalon: 1/2 of hindbrain-Myelencephalon: 1/2 of hindbrain5, Identify and explain the meninges
6, Label and order the meningeal coverings and the spaces7, identify and explain the ventricles and flow of cerebrospinal fluid.
8, Explain the role that the choroid plexus and ependyma plays in the production ofcerebrospinal fluid

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temporal lobe, Lateral Sulcus, Corpus striatum

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