Figure 1.10 The major components of the nervous system and...

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Figure 1.10 The major components of the nervous system and their functional relationships Development
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Figure 22.1 Neurulation in the mammalian embryo (Part 4) Development ● neural plate, neural groove, neural tube
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Development ● neural plate, neural groove, neural tube neural crest
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Figure 22.3 Regional specification of the developing brain (Part 2) Development ● forebrain (prosencephalon) telencephalon & diencephalon ● midbrain (mesencephalon) mesencephalon ● hindbrain (rhombencephalon) metencephalon & myelencephalon
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Development ● forebrain (prosencephalon) telencephalon cerebrum (neocortex) diencephalon thalmus & hypothalamus ● midbrain (mesencephalon) mesencephalon midbrain (mesencephalon) ● hindbrain (rhombencephalon) metencephalon pons & cerebellum myelencephalon medulla oblongata Brainstem = midbrain & pons & medulla oblongata
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Brain ● ventricles & cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) produced in ventricles by choroid plexus = ependymal cells of CNS and capillaries of vascular system neuroanatomy
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Figure A23 The ventricular system of the human brain (Part 1) Brain ● ventricles & cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) produced in ventricles by choroid plexus = ependymal cells of CNS and capillaries of vascular system
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Figure A21 The meninges (Part 3) Brain ● meninges - dura mater; arachnoid; pia mater
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Figure A20 The cellular basis of the blood–brain barrier Brain ● blood-brain barrier
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Figure A10 Lateral view of the human brain (Part 1) cerebrum ( telecephalon ) cerebral lobes gyri, sulci, grey matter - cell bodies white matter - axons
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Figure A12 Midsagittal view of the human brain (Part 2) cerebrum ( telecephalon ) cerebral lobes frontal - higher-order functions; motor functions parietal - sensory integration occipital - vision temporal - learning & memory, emotion
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Figure A14 Internal structures of the brain seen in coronal section (Part 3) basal ganglia – motor function caudate (striatum) putamen (striatum) globus pallidus substantia nigra, subthalamic nucleus
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