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BIO302L: Human Anatomy Lab

Unit 7: Nervous System   In this section, you will label different structures of the brain, spinal cord, and identify the cranial and spinal nerves using sheep and human models.  This unit reviews the histology of the nervous tissue as well.

Unit 7 Time Advisory
This unit will take approximately 4 hours to complete.

  • Web Media: YouTube: rndmytb’s “Sheep Brain Dissection York College Part 1,” “Sheep Brain Dissection York College Part 2,” “Sheep Brain Dissection York College Part 3,” and “Sheep Brain Dissection York College Part 4” Link: YouTube: rndmytb, “Sheep Brain Dissection York College Part 1,” (YouTube) “Sheep Brain Dissection York College Part 2,” (YouTube) “Sheep Brain Dissection York College Part 3,” (YouTube) and “Sheep Brain Dissection York College Part 4” (YouTube)
     
    Instructions: Please watch these videos (about 7 minutes overall) for a quick overview of brain structures using a sheep brain.  
     
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  • Activity: Niagara County Community College: Virtual Anatomy Lab: “Nervous System” Link: Niagara County Community College: Virtual Anatomy Lab: “Nervous System” (HTML)
     
    Instructions: Please review each link: “Histology,” “Sheep Brain Dissection,” Human Brain Dissection,” and “Models.”  You should be able to identify the microscopic images of the nervous tissue under the “Histology” section.  Using the other links, you should practice identifying different structures of the brain and spinal cord.
     
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  • Assessment: Bluegrass Community and Technical College: BIO137 Virtual Lab 9: “The Nervous System” Link: Bluegrass Community and Technical College: BIO137 Virtual Lab 9: “The Nervous System” (HTML)
     
    Instructions: Please use the six links under “The Nervous System” and, following the webpages’ instructions, assess your knowledge of the structures of the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves.  Please answer the questions and then use the keys to correct your answers.
     
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