Chapter 49. Nervous Systems. Concept 49.2: The vertebrate brain is regionally specialized. All vertebrate brains develop from three embryonic regions: forebrain , midbrain , and hindbrainBy wenda
The brain. 4/21/09. Fig. 49-9. Cerebrum (includes cerebral cortex, white matter, basal nuclei). Telencephalon. Forebrain. Diencephalon. Diencephalon (thalamus, hypothalamus, epithalamus). Midbrain. Mesencephalon. Midbrain (part of brainstem). Metencephalon.By kenda
Central Nervous System . Part 1 Glial Cells and CSF Brainstem, Cerebellum and Diencephalon. Glial Cell Types: Most of the brain is made up of cells that support the nervous tissue. CNS. PNS. Neuron. VENTRICLE. Astrocyte. Ependy- mal cell. Oligodendrocyte. Fig. 49-6a. Schwann cells.By annora
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THALAMUS & HYPOTHALAMUS. Lecture – 10 Dr. Zahoor Ali Shaikh. THALAMUS & HYPOTHALAMUS. Thalamus and Hypothalamus are called DIENCEPHALON . Why ? Because it means mid-line structure. Thalamus lies between cerebral cortex and midbrain. Thalamus is mass of nerve cells. THALAMUS.
Thalamus, Hypothalamus,Epithalamus. Dr. Nimir Dr. Safaa. Describe the location of the thalamus . List the different parts and nuclei of the thalamus . List the afferent input to different nuclei of the thalamus. List the efferent output from the different nuclei of the thalamus.
Diencephalon: Thalamus and Hypothalamus. January 13, 2009. Diencephalon. Relay between the brainstem & cerebral cortex Dorsal-posterior structures Epithalamus Habenular nuclei – integrate smell & emotions Pineal gland – monitors diurnal / nocturnal rhythm Thalamus Metathalamus
DIENCEPHALON Thalamus & Hypothalamus. D. DIENCEPHALON. Site:- It is the part of the forebrain which lies above the midbrain & between the lower parts of the 2cerebral hemispheres. It consists of: Thalamus :-the large oval mass of grey matter Sub thalamus:- it lies directly above midbrain
1. Steven’s heartbeat and breathing cannot be regulated. His doctors are convinced that there is damage to his nervous system. What area of his brain are Steven’s doctors likely to find responsible for this? . Thalamus Hypothalamus Amygdala Hippocampus Medulla.
REVIEW OF LIMBIC SYSTEM, HYPOTHALAMUS, THALAMUS, CORTEX Dr. G.R. Leichnetz. Hippocampus.
Brain/Neurons/Cerebrum Cerebrum:. It is formed of two (2) symmetrical (cerebral ) hemispheres ( Rt & Lt) the hemispheres are separated by a fissure, running from the front to the back. Brain/neurons/Cerebrum/CC The cerebral cortex (CC)*: .
THALAMUS. AP PSYCHOLOGY UNIT 3 B . Major Functions. Motor Control Receives Auditory, Somatosensory, & Visual Sensory Signals. Controls asleep and awake states Relays Sensory Signals to Cerebral Cortex. Behavior Controls. Thalamus deals with Eye Sight Watching T.V.
Thalamus. Dr. G. R. Leichnetz. Divisions of the Diencephalon Thalamus Hypothalamus Subthalamus : prerubral fields of Forel, zona incerta, subthalamic nucleus Epithalamus : pineal gland, habenula. EPITHALAMUS (Habenula, Pineal Gland). THALAMUS. HYPOTHALAMUS. MB.
CEREBRUM. Dr. Jamila Elmedany Dr. Essam Eldin Salama. Objectives. At the end of the lecture, the student should be able to: List the parts of the cerebral hemisphere (cortex, medulla, basal nuclei, lateral ventricle). Describe the subdivision of a cerebral hemisphere into lobes.