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SPHSC 449, Summer 2009 Lab 3: Labeling Structures in 3D Models Name:____________________________________________ The purpose of this lab is to identify structures of the nervous system in three-dimensional models. You may work in groups and use your textbook or any other resource to aid you. Station 1. Hemi-head, sagittal cut Please avoid touching the hemi-head to help protect the paint. Your assignment is to label the structures listed below and also name an associated function. Functions may be unknown in some cases. One entry has been completed for you as an example. Complete at least 15 structures Labe l Name Function 8 9 9 19 tongue Speaking, eating 22 23 23 24 25 27 28 29 SPHSC 449 Lab 3 (BP) p. 1
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Unformatted text preview: 46 Station 2. Dura Mater (model of head with removable cranium) List any 10 structures by label (letter, number), name, and function. Label Name Function 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SPHSC 449 Lab 3 (BP) p. 2 10 SPHSC 449 Lab 3 (BP) p. 3 Station 3. Human brain with arteries List any 15 structures by label (number, letter), name of the structure, and function. Label Name Function 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Station 4. Unlabeled brain slices Observe and discuss any identifiable structures. Note structures related to bone, vascularization, the ventricular system, gray vs. white matter, and the meninges. Take any notes in the space below. SPHSC 449 Lab 3 (BP) p. 4...
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