ANIMAL NERVOUS SYSTEM . Chapter 6. Outline. Overview CNS PNS Neurons: Structure and Function Resting potential Action potential Muscle contraction and twitch Nervous disorders. Nervous systems as a whole.By dandre
Chapter 48. Nervous Systems. Nerves with giant axons. Ganglia. Brain. Arm. Eye. Mantle. Nerve. Many animals have a complex nervous system which consists of: A central nervous system (CNS) where integration takes place; this includes the brain and a nerve cordBy nerina
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
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Brainstem & Diencephalon. Lecture Objectives. Identify the gross features of the brainstem .
Forebrain diencephalon telencephalon Midbrain Hindbrain. Diencephalon. Epithalamus Dorsal thalamus Ventral or subthalamus Hypothalamus Metathalumus.
Diencephalon. Diencephalon. Thalamus dorsal thalamus Hypothalamus pituitary gland Epithalamus habenular nucleus and commissure pineal gland Subthalamus ventral thalamus subthalamic nucleus (STN) field of Forel . Diencephalon. dorsal surface. Diencephalon.
DIENCEPHALON. 05.05.2014 Monday. Kaan Yücel M.D.,Ph.D. 1. Diencephalon. Prosencephalon [ Forebrain ] Telencephalon Diencephalon. 2. Diencephalon is composed of…. ( 1) thalamus (2) subthalamus [-sub: 'inferior to”] ( 3) epithalamus [- epi : “superior to”]
Diencephalon. Three paired structures Thalamus Hypothalamus Epithalamus Encloses the third ventricle. Cerebral hemisphere. Septum pellucidum. Corpus callosum. Interthalamic adhesion (intermediate mass of thalamus). Fornix. Choroid plexus. Thalamus (encloses third ventricle).
THE DIENCEPHALON DIENCEPHALON. Inst. of Anatomy, 2nd Medical Faculty R. Druga. THE DIENCEPHALON. EPITHALAMUS THALAMUS SUBTHALAMUS HYPOTHALAMUS. AMPHIBIANS. MAMMALS. DIENCEPHALON – medial aspect Mediální plocha. Dorsal aspect Dorsální plocha. Internal capsule.
Hunger, thirst, sleep, heartbeat, childbirth \u2013 as random as these bodily functions may seem, they all have one thing in common. Namely, they are all partially controlled by the diencephalon.
Diencephalon. By Rashid Alshahoumi. Overview Development of Diencephalon Basic Organization Dorsal Thalamus (Thalamus). Hypothalamus Ventral Thalamus ( Subthalamus) Epithalamus Vasculature of the Diencephalon. Outline:. Diencephalon. The diencephalon includes - Dorsal thalamus
Hindbrain Neurons. Question:. How will the alteration of input affect neurons in the CNS dedicated to inner ear sensory input processing? By manipulating the ear, either by removing it or by adding extra ears, we can determine the effects of afferents on their target neuron(s) in the CNS.
Your hindbrain functions as your ancient ally. Ever since you were a baby, it\u2019s been mapping your world, helping you make sense of everything.