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Anatomy Lab Practical #2 FALL 2016 BIOL 3150/3151

by: Emily Emmons

Anatomy Lab Practical #2 FALL 2016 BIOL 3150/3151 BIO 3150

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Date Created: 10/09/16
Anatomy Practical #2 Emily Emmons Cranial Nerves Superior View of Brain 1. Longitudinal Fissure 2. Frontal Lobe 3. Parietal Lobe 4. Occipital Lobe 5. Temporal Lobe 6. Gyrus 7. Sulcus Inferior View of Brain 1. Frontal Lobe 2. Temporal Lobe 3. Lateral Fissure 4. Pituitary Gland 5. Cerebellum 6. Pons 7. Medulla Oblongata 8. Occipital Lobe 9. Olfactory Tract/Bulb 10. Optic Nerve Lateral View of Brain 1. Frontal Lobe 2. Temporal Lobe 3. Occipital Lobe 4. Parietal Lobe 5. Lateral Fissure 6. Central Sulcus 7. Pre-central Gyrus 8. Post-central Gyrus 9. Cerebellum 10. Medulla Oblongata 11. Pons 12. Transverse Fissure Posterio1 View of Brain 1. Longitudinal Fissure 2. Occipital Lobe 3. Visual Center 4. Cerebellum 5. Brain Stem 6. Parietal Lobe Mid-Sagittal View of Brain 1. Frontal Lobe 2. Parietal Lobe 3. Occipital Lobe 4. Cerebellum 5. Medulla Oblongata 6. Pons 7. Corpus Callosum 8. Pituitary Gland 9. Temporal Lobe 10. Infundibulum 11. Hypothalamus 12. Interventricular Foramen 13. 4 Ventricle 14. Cerebral Aqueduct 15. Thalamus 16. Midbrain Diencephalon Region of Brain 1. Thalamus 2. Hypothalamus 3. Infundibulum 4. Pthuitary Gland 5. 4 Ventricle 6. To 3 Ventricle 7. Interventricular Foramen 8. Cerebral Aqueduct 9. Intermediate Mass Brain Stem Region 1. Spinal Cord 2. Medulla Oblongata 3. Pons 4. Cerebral Aqueduct 5. Central Canal of Spinal Cord 6. 4 Ventricle 7. Midbrain 8. Cerebellum 9. To 3 Ventricle Mid-Sagittal Section of Brain Model 1. Scalp 2. Cranial Bone 3. Outer Dura Mater (Endosteal Layer) 4. Dural Sinus 5. Inner Dura Matter (Meningeal Layer) 6. Arachnoid Villi/Granulation 7. Split of Dura Mater 8. Sella Turcica 9. Pituitary Gland 10. Cerebrum 11. Midbrain 12. Pons 13. Medulla Oblongata 14. Cerebellum Nervous Tissue • Gray Matter • Nucleus (CNS) • Ganglion (PNS) • White Matter • Tract (CNS) • Nerve (PNS) 1. Dendrites 2. Nucleus/Nucleolus 3. Cell Body/Soma 4. Nissl Bodies/Chromatophilic Substance 5. Axon Hillock 6. Neurofibril Node (Node of Ranvier) 7. Myelin Sheath 8. Axon 9. Neurolenmocyte 10. Neurofibrils (support structure) Muscle Anatomy Meninges • Dura Mater (2 Layers) • Periosteal • Meningeal • Arachnoid Mater • Pia Mater **CSF is produced by ependymal cells in the choroid plexus Peripheral Nerve Micrographs of a Cross-Section of a Nerve PYRAMIDAL CELL Location: Areas of brain cerebral cortex, hippocampus, and amygdala PURKINJE CELL Location: Cerebellum Posterior Root Ganglion Cells Location: Spinal Cord Anatomy of Internal Eye Eye Musculature Anatomy of Ear Muscles of Head/Neck Anterior Frontal Belly of Epicranius Temporalis Orbicularis Oculi Zygomaticus Masseter Orbicularis Oris Platysma Sternohyoid Sternocleidomastoid Trapezius Posterior Head/Neck Muscles Occipital Belly of Epicranius Sternocleidomastoid Trapezius Muscles of Facial Expression T runk Muscles Deltoid Biceps Pectoralis Major Brachii Serratus Anterior External Oblique Rectus Abdominis Internal Oblique Transverse Abdominis Back Muscles Deltoid Infraspinatus Teres Major Latissimus Dorsi External Oblique Gluteus Medius Gluteus Maximus Arm Muscles Deltoid Triceps Brachii Pronator Teres Brachialis Triceps Brachii Biceps Brachii Brachioradialis Flexor Carpi Radialis Flexor Carpi Radialis Palmaris Longus Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Flexor Carpi Ulnaris Lower Limbs Muscles Anterior Iliopsoas Pectineus Sartorius Rectus Femoris Vastus Lateralis Fibularis Longus Vastus Medialis Extensor Digitorum Longus Tibialius Anterior COMPARTMENT ACTION ARM – anterior flex forearm, supinates forearm ARM – posterior extensor of forearm, extends and adducts arm FOREARM – anterior pronate forearm FOREARM – posterior supinate forearm THIGH – anterior extends leg, flexes thigh THIGH – posterior extend thigh and flex leg, THIGH – medial flex thigh, rotates thigh laterally and medially, adducts thigh LEG – anterior extends toes, dorsiflexes foot, inverts foot, everts foot LEG– posterior flexes leg, plantar flexes foot, inverts foot, LEG – lateral everts foot, weak plantar flexor Skeletal Muscle Fiber Model Labeled Sheep Brain Anatomy Sheep Brain Anatomy (cont.) View of Sheep Brainal Figure 7. Coronal Section throughthe Sheep Brain Cow Eye Anatomy Layers of Retina Cochlea Histology Cochlear Model Cochlear Branch of CN VIII Hair cells Stria Vascularis Spiral Ganglion


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