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Lab 4
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C: caudal to the olfactory bulbs E: through the optic chiasm G: through the mammillary body H: through the cerebral peduncle I: through the rostral pons
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± Corpus Callosum ± Lateral Olfactory Tract ± Lateral Ventricle, Third Ventricle, Fourth Ventricle ± Internal Capsule (series of axons that relay mostly sensory information from the thalamus to the cerebral cortex) ± Corona Radiata ± Optic chiasm and Optic tract ± Basal ganglia ± Globus pallidus ± Putamen ± Caudate nucleus
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± Hippocampus ± Fornix ± Mammillary body ± Superior and Inferior Colliculus ± Pineal Body ± Lateral and Medial Geniculate Nucleus (LGN/MGN) ± Cerebral aqueduct
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± As the internal capsule (axonal fibers carrying information from the thalamus) move up towards the cortex they fan out and are called the corona radiata
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± A network of neural tissue located in the brain stem. Plays a vital role in ± Sleep and arousal ± Attention ± Movement ± Vital reflexes (coughing,
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Unformatted text preview: vomiting) ± autonomic nervous system activity (received input from the hypothalamus) ± Contains the Raphe Nuclei and Locus Coeruleus ± Darkly stained region in the midbrain ± Contains neurons that communicate with the basal ganglia ± Caudate nucleus and putamen (striatum) ± Contains cells bodies that produce and secrete dopamine ± What will be on the practical? ± Identification- using photos from your lab manual ± Function-all information will be taken from your handouts ± Remember that the lab is 25% of your overall grade! ± We will also be dissecting eyes after the practical next Friday so remember to print out the handout and bring it with you Articles due today! How to find your article ± Browse recent articles in the journal directly ± Google scholar ± PubMed ± Do not print from the lab without TA ok....
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2010 for the course PSC 78627 taught by Professor Karenbales during the Fall '10 term at UC Davis.

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