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Nervous System and Sense Organ - Vertebrate Zoology - Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes, Zoology

Post: January 19th, 2013
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These are the lecture notes of Vertebrate Zoology. Key important points are: Nervous System and Sense Organ, Vertebrate Zoology, Nervous System, Corpus Callosum, Arbor Vitae, Medulla Oblongata, Optic Chiasma, Sense Organs, Tapetum Lucidum, Ciliary Body
These are the lecture notes of Vertebrate Zoology. Key important points are: Nervous System and Sense Organ, Vertebrate Zoology, Nervous System, Corpus Callosum, Arbor Vitae, Medulla Oblongata, Optic Chiasma, Sense Organs, Tapetum Lucidum, Ciliary Body
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1 Vertebrate Zoology Nervous System and Sense Organ Make sure to study the materials and models on display, especially note comparisons between systems of vertebrate groups. A. Nervous System Study Fig. 22-27 -see pp. 152-154 (364-366) showing the brain in lab book; examine the sheep brains on display to find the following. Know: 1. Brain Cerebrum corpus callosum cerebellum arbor vitae medulla oblongata pons optic chiasma hypophysis = pituitary gland optic nerve infundibulum olfactory bulb sulcus-groove gyrus-bump 2. a) Histology – review nerve slides: Motor nerve cells: Study slide #15 (smear of tissue from ox spinal cord) see Fig. 4-15A in lab book. Peripheral nerve: Study slide #16 (cross section and longitudinal section of peripheral nerve) see Fig. 4-15D in lab book. Remind teacher to show kodacolor slides and overhead transparencies of nerve tissue to point out main features and histology of nerve tissue to and to explain a how a motor nerve works. (Also refer to Fig. 4-15A in ..

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