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BIO 210 Laboratory 1Exercise 13: Gross Anatomy of the Brain and Cranial NervesCerebrumoFrontal lobe—motor cortexoParietal lobe—sensory cortexoTemporal lobe—visual cortexoOccipital lobe—auditory cortex and olfactory cortexoGyri—elevated ridge of neuro tissueGyri=pluralGyrus=singularoSulci—shallow groove between gyriSulci=pluralSulcus=singularoFissures—deep groveoLongitudinal fissure—splits brain in 2oCorpus callosum—long white mushroom top in brainoSeptum pellucidum—inferior to corpus callosumDiencephalonoOlfactory bulbs—top of olfactory tracts; 28 on modeloOlfactory tracts—looks like antennaeoOptic nervesMake an XoOptic chiasmaMiddle of XoPituitary gland—pink ball; sits in sella tursica of sphenoid boneoThalamus—brown dot in it; editing sensory infooHypothalamus—“W”Infundibulum—stalk/connections of pituitary gland of hypothalamusoEpithalamusChoroid plexus—blue-like structure; produces cerebrospinal fluid

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Term
Winter
Professor
Ellen Callahan
Tags
Medulla oblongata, Infundibulum

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