Cerebrum Sheep Dissection

O bserve a sheep brain from a coronal section. Note the longitudinal fissure, gray matter, white matter, corpus callosum, lateral ventricles, third ventricle, and thalamus.

10. Dispose of the sheep brain as directed by the laboratory instructor.

11. Complete Parts A and B of Laboratory Report 30.

Figure 30.3 Lateral surface of the sheep brain.

Trochlear nerve

Figure 30.3 Lateral surface of the sheep brain.

Trochlear nerve

Optic Nerve Sheep
of midbrain

Figure 30.4 Ventral surface of the sheep brain. Longitudinal fissure

Optic nerve

Mammillary body Midbrain

Pons

Abducens nerve

Medulla oblongata Hypoglossal nerve

Optic Chiasm Midbrain Pons

Olfactory bulb

Optic chiasma Optic tract

Infundibulum Oculomotor nerve

Trochlear nerve

Trigeminal nerve Facial nerve Vestibulocochlear nerve Glossopharyngeal nerve Vagus nerve

Accessory nerve Spinal cord

Figure 30.5 Midsagfittal section of the left half of the sheep brain dissection.

Thalamus

Figure 30.5 Midsagfittal section of the left half of the sheep brain dissection.

Thalamus

Vessel Infundibulum Brain
Figure 30.6 Midsagittal section of the right half of the sheep brain dissection.
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