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Lab 11 - AP-1 Lab 11 Lab Report Name Section_DL3 Lab Report...

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AP-1 Lab 11 – Lab Report Name: _ Section: _______DL3_____ Lab Report: Exercise 11: Gross Anatomy of the Central Nervous System Purpose: To identify and state the functions of the major structures of the brain using diagrams, models and dissection, to identify and state the functions of the 12 cranial nerves, to be able to locate the major functional areas of the brain, to compare the human brain with that of a sheep, and to describe the structure of the spinal cord and list the functions of major spinal nerves. In this exercise we will have the opportunity to explore the structure and function of the brain and spinal cord. This vital organ is amazingly complex and no single structure works alone. The brain is truly our center and it relies on communication between its own parts to work correctly. Activity 1: Structures of the Brain 1. Label the Lateral View of the Brain at right using the table from the Procedures . Frontal Lobe = 1 Spinal Cord = 6 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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Parietal Lobe = 3 Temporal Lobe = 9 Occipital Lobe = 4 Central Sulcus = 2 Cerebellum = 5 Pons = 8 Medulla Oblongata = 7 2. Label the Mid Sagittal View of the brain below using the table from the Procedures . Corpus Callosum = 13 Pituitary Gland = 11 Mammilary Body = 12 Thalamus = 2 Midbrain = 3 Hypothalamus = 1 Pons = 5 3 rd Ventricle = 4 Medulla Oblongata = 7 4 th Ventricle = 6 Spinal Cord = 8 Spinal Canal = 14 Cerebellum = 9 2 13 1 12 11 2 3 5 10 4 6 8 7 14 9
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Cerebral Aqueduct = 10 3. Label the Ventral View of the brain at right using the table from the Procedures . Frontal Lobe = 1 Medulla Oblongata = 5 Temporal Lobe = 2 Optic Chiasma = 6 Occipital Lobe = 3 Longitudinal Fissure = 7 Cerebellum =4 4. Label the Brain Association and Cortical Function Areas on the diagram at right using the table from the Procedures .
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