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NROB60 CHAPTER 7- STRUCTURE OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM GROSS ORGANIZATION OF THE MAMMALIAN NERVOUS SYSTEM  Nervous system of all mammals have two divisions: the Central nervous system (CNS) and the peripheral nervous system (PNS) Anatomical References  Towards the front, the nose, known as anterior or rostral  Towards the back, the rats tail, known as posterior or caudal  Direction pointing up is dorsal and the direction pointing down is ventral  Right side of brain and spinal cord is a mirror image of the left side, known as bilateral symmetry  Invisible line running down the middle of the nervous system is called the midline, gives us another way to describe anatomical references  Closer to midline are med
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