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Lab Manual Exercise 17 pp.269-289; Photographic Atlas (PA) pp.98-110Objectives1.List the divisions of the central and peripheral nervous system.2.To discuss the difference between the sensory and motor portions.3.To identify the brain structures as directed by the Most Important Points on a dissected specimen,human brain model, or appropriate diagram, and to state their functions:4.To state the difference between gyri and fissures and sulci.5.To describe the composition of the gray and white matter in the nervous system.6.To identify the three meningeal layers and state their function, and to locate the falx cerebri.7.To discuss the formation, circulation, and drainage of cerebrospinal fluid.8.To identify the cranial nerves by number and name on an appropriate model or diagram, stating thefunction and origin of each.9.To identify at least four key anatomical differences between the human and sheep brain.The Brain and Cranial Nerves1. External featureson human brain models & diagramsCerebrum (2 cerebral hemispheresseparated by alongitudinal fissure)Lobesof cerebrum:Frontal, parietal, occipital & temporalConvolutions: Gyri(sing. gyrus) andSulci(sing. sulcus) including the:Lateral sulcus, Central sulcus, Precentral gyrus & Postcentral gyrusCerebellum- 2 hemispheres & convolutions; separated from the cerebrum by thetransversefissureDiencephalon -structures as seen on inferior surfaceMammillary bodies, Infundibulum(stalk) to thePituitary gland (Hypophysis)Optic chiasma & optic tractsOlfactory bulbs & Olfactory tractsBrainstemstructure as seen on inferior surfaceMidbrain:includes large bundles of nerve fibersPons: a distinct swelling

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