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Lab Practical Study Guide

by: Megan Spees

Lab Practical Study Guide BIOL 103 - 03

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Hi guys!! This is a DETAILED study guide explaining a bunch of the structures that are in OUR lab! Hope it helps! If there are any mistakes feel free to email me!
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This 13 page Study Guide was uploaded by Megan Spees on Saturday November 14, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to BIOL 103 - 03 at University of Indianapolis taught by Nelson H. Kraus in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 66 views. For similar materials see Principles of Human Anatomy in Biology at University of Indianapolis.

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Date Created: 11/14/15
Lab Practical Study Guide— PICTURES!!! :~D This is a multipolar neuron! sheath where it looks like a rubber band wrapped around it is the nodes of ranvier. The pink stuff on the back of the board is an effector! Look at the layer of skin here, theres lamellar corpuscles being innervated, this is a signal being sent to errector pili muscles! Goosebumps! 1 These are the ventricles. This is a counterintuitive model that represents a space in the brain. On either side you have the left and right lateral ventricles. In this model, the third ventricle is represented by a hole. The fourth ventricle looks like the little horn coming down in between the left and right lateral ventricles. The pink stuff represents CSF running through the Choroid Plexi. The little bumps/circles represent the cribriform plate. The olfactory nerve goes through this cranial passage and targets the olfactory cortex. 2 They yellow nerve in the leg is the right sciatic nerve. The yellow nerve in the arm is the right radial nerve 
 The lacrimal gland is what Kraus is pointing to. The lacrimal sac is the green thing on the other side. 3 The nerve pictured here is the oculomotor nerve. It goes through the superior orbital fissure and innervates 7/9 of the eye muscles. You can also see the superior and lateral rectus eye muscles in this view. 
 Here are the superior rectus and inferior rectus eye muscles as well as the lacrimal gland. The lacrimal gland is the brownish circle in between the muscles. 4 Here is a picture of the foramen we need to know! The big spinal cord hole or the foramen magnum is in the middle of the skull The foramen ovale are the oval shaped holes just above the foramen magnum. The foramen rotundum are just above the foramen ovale. The foramen spinosum and lacerum are also shown in this picture. A color coded, labeled picture will also be provided below to assist in labeling the structures. 
 The pipe cleaner is around the zygomatic arch. This also shows the basilar artery through the foramen magnum 6 
 This is another view of the basilar artery. The blue around the basilar artery represents the sinuses. Here is a picture of an efferent nerve being stimulated. It is a section of spinal cord showing the different nerves around it. The nerve visible in this image is the red nerve which marks a general visceral efferent nerve. This would be in the PNS as a general visceral efferent motor nerve. 7 Below is the labeled version of this photo. This is a cross section of the spinal cord. You can clearly see the spinal nerves, the dorsal ramus, roots, the ventral ramus as well as several other structures. 
 This shows the auricle/pinna of a left ear Here you can see the cochlea with the semicircular canals. This is represented by the blue figure in this ear model. The cochlea is the snail like structure and the semicircular canals are the loops above it. 9 Midsagittal section of the brain 
 Midsagittal section of the brain. Can really see the thalamus here. 10 The small numbers represent the cranial nerves 
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