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Lecture 20

BIOL 240 Lecture 20: MARCH 12
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Department
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Course Code
BIOL 240
Professor
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Lecture
20

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MARCH 12TH, 2017
Major parts of brain
- Cerebrum
- Diencephalon
- Brainstem
- Cerebellum
Embryonic development
- Starts off as a cube, then develops forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain
- When each portion of 3 types brain going to develop into adult brain structures
o Forebrain
Cerebrum
Most of the weight in brain
Diencephalon
o Midbrain
Midbrain
o Hindbrain
Ponds
Medulla oblongata
Cerebellum
- Medulla oblongata, ponds, and midbrain are going to form the brain stem
- Adult structures are coming from forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain
Major and specific regions of the brain
- Cerebrum
- Cerebellum
- Diencephalon
o Thalamus
o Epithalamus
o Hypothalamus
- Brainstem
o Midbrain
o Pons
o Medulla oblongata
Cranial Meninges (layers covering the brain) 3 layers in total
- Dura mater
o Outer periosteal layer against bone
Holding brain to the bone
o Forms during venous sinuses draining blood from brain
o Supportive structure formed by dura mater
o Very tough membrane, providing support
o Divided into
Periosteal layer
To bone
Meningeal layer
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MARCH 12 , 2017 Major parts of brain - Cerebrum - Diencephalon - Brainstem - Cerebellum Embryonic development - Starts off as a cube, then develops forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain - When each portion of 3 types brain going to develop into adult brain structures o Forebrain Cerebrum Most of the weight in brain Diencephalon o Midbrain Midbrain o Hindbrain Ponds Medulla oblongata Cerebellum - Medulla oblongata, ponds, and midbrain are going to form the brain stem - Adult structures are coming from forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain Major and specific regions of the brain - Cerebrum - Cerebellum - Diencephalon o Thalamus o Epithalamus o Hypothalamus - Brainstem o Midbrain o Pons o Medulla oblongata Cranial Meninges (layers covering the brain) 3 layers in total - Dura mater o Outer periosteal layer against bone Holding brain to the bone o Forms during venous sinuses draining blood from brain o Supportive structure formed by dura mater o Very tough membrane, providing support o Divided into Periosteal layer To bone Meningeal layer
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