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BIO 137 LAB EXERCISE 17 (pgs. 245 – 261) Read over Lab Exercise 17. Brain Be able to identify the brain structures listed on the “Nervous System Lab” handout. Be able to identify the indicated brain structures on the brain model and the sheep brain . All brain structures are also listed/pictured on the Virtual Lab site. Cranial Nerves Be able to identify the cranial nerves listed on the “Nervous System Lab” handout. Be able to identify each cranial nerve by name and Roman numeral on the brain model and the brainstem model . Be able to give the function of each cranial nerve as described on the handout. Note: Cranial nerve I (Olfactory) is on the brain model, not the brainstem model. All cranial nerves/functions are also on the Virtual Lab site. LAB EXERCISE 18 (pgs. 267 – 279) Read over Lab Exercise 18. Spinal Cord
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Unformatted text preview: Be able to identify the spinal cord structures listed on the Nervous System Lab handout. Be able to identify the indicated spinal cord structures on the bare spinal cord model , the spinal cord in vertebra model , the hanging vertebral column model , a diagram , and the spinal cord slide . Be able to identify the spinal cord structures on the spinal cord slide at a total magnification of 400X. All spinal cord structures are also listed/pictured on the Virtual Lab site. Peripheral Nerves and Plexi Be able to identify the peripheral (spinal) nerves and plexi listed on the Nervous System Lab handout. Be able to identify the indicated peripheral nerves and plexi on the nerve man model and diagram (as indicated on handout). All peripheral (spinal) nerves and plexi are also listed/pictured on the Virtual Lab site....
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course BIO 137 taught by Professor Webb during the Spring '08 term at KCTCS.

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