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Sheep Brain - Exterior view Cerebral cortex Cerebellum Spinal cord Medulla Pons Olfactory bulb
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Cerebellar Cortex (gray matter) (white matter) medulla pons Superior colliculus pineal inferior colliculus thalamus hypothalamus Cerebral Cortex ventricle
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Spinal Nerves 31 pairs 8 Cervical 12 Thoracic 1 Lumbar 5 Sacral 1 Coccyeal
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Cervical enlargement Lumbar enlargement Cauda equina
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Nerve Plexuses Cervical (C1-C5) Brachial (C5-C8; T1) Axillary, Radial, Median, Musculocutaneous, Ulnar Lumbar (L1-L4) Femoral, Obturator Sacral (L4-L5; S1-S4) Sciatic, Superior and Inferior gluteal
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Cervical (C1-C5) Phrenic (C3, 4, & 5) innervates diaphragm)
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Brachial (C5-C8; T1) Axillary, Radial, Median, Musculocutaneous, Ulnar
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Unformatted text preview: Lumbar (L1-L4) Femoral, Obturator Sacral (L4-L5; S1-S4) Sciatic, Superior and Inferior gluteal 1) Sound goes in the oval window Depending on the wavelength, the sound will rattle the wall of the cochlear duct at a specific place. Vibration is conducted into the Cochlear Duct The basilar membrane shakes, pulling the hairs of the hair cells of the organ of corti which are embedded in the tectoral membrane Pulling hair open mechanically gated ion channels causing depolarization and action potentials Vestibule and Semicircular Canals http://classroom.sdmesa.edu/anatomy/ModelPages/eye_models.htm Visual Transduction...
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2009 for the course BIO 212l taught by Professor Nickseward during the Spring '09 term at N.C. State.

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