Procedure Ahuman Brain

1. Review a textbook section on the brain.

2. As a review activity, label figures 29.1, 29.2, and 29.3.

3. Complete Part A of Laboratory Report 29.

4. Observe the dissectible model and the preserved specimen of the human brain. Locate each of the following features:

cerebrum cerebral hemispheres corpus callosum convolutions (gyri) sulci central sulcus lateral sulcus fissures longitudinal fissure transverse fissure lobes frontal lobe parietal lobe temporal lobe occipital lobe insula cerebral cortex basal ganglia caudate nucleus putamen globus pallidus ventricles lateral ventricles third ventricle fourth ventricle choroid plexuses cerebral aqueduct

Figure 29.1 Label this diagram by placing the correct numbers in the spaces provided.

Figure 29.1 Label this diagram by placing the correct numbers in the spaces provided.

Proper Medical Procedure


9 _Cerebrum


_Corpus callosum



_Medulla oblongata



_Spinal cord

Sulci _Thalamus

Image For The Human Longitudinal Fissure
Figure 293 Label the functional areas of the cerebrum. (Note: These areas are not visible as distinct parts of a brain.)
Arbor Vitae And Cerebellar Cortex
Spinal cord

diencephalon thalamus hypothalamus optic chiasma mammiUary bodies pineal gland cerebellum lateral hemispheres vermis cerebellar cortex arbor vitae cerebellar peduncles brain stem midbrain cerebral aqueduct cerebral peduncles corpora quadrigemina pons medulla oblongata

5. Locate the labeled areas in figure 29.3 that represent the following functional regions of the cerebrum:

motor area for voluntary muscle control motor speech area (Broca's area) cutaneous sensory area auditory area visual area general interpretative area 6. Complete Parts B and C of the laboratory report.

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