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Atlas of Human Central Nervous System Development: The Human by Shirley A. Bayer, Joseph Altman

By Shirley A. Bayer, Joseph Altman

This is often the second one quantity of a five-volume set of atlases at the constructing human critical worried process. without different atlases on hand at the improvement of the human spinal wire and the mind throughout the 3rd trimester, the 1st volumes within the sequence fill a wide void in present wisdom. effortless to exploit, the second one quantity includes low and high magnification images of mind sections prepared in components: a excessive solution black and white snapshot at the left and a ...ghost... photograph at the correct web page with unabbreviated labels. This quantity offers a ordinary survey of the advanced structural adjustments that happen in the course of past due prenatal human mind improvement.

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White lines running through this section are artifacts of histological processing. 51 PLATE 38B Callosal glioepithelium Fornix Fornical glioepithelium Medial lemniscus lu m cu Pre sub icu l Parahippocampal gyrus Parasubiculum Red nucleus Superior cerebellar peduncle Interpeduncular nucleus Oculomotor nerve fibers? Subgranular zone Interpeduncular fossa ni gr a Tegmentum um S ub Medial longitudinal fasciculus Habenulointerpeduncular tract Stratum am Pyr id Hilus ar l a ye a r ye r la n tra t u m lac u t u ia S tr a t u m rad S M CA i PO S PU Medial geniculate body Stria terminalis Lateral geniculate body s ien er or al lay Subgranular zone Oculomotor nuclear complex ia Optic tract Central gray Suprageniculate nucleus Internal capsule Meyer's loop (visual radiation) Caudate nucleus (tail) ec u l a r MIDBRAIN Ventral posteromedial nucleus l G r a nu c u l le Mo gyrus te Habenulointerpeduncular tract Mesencephalic glioepithelium/ependyma le nc du pe al br re Ce Den ta Ammon's ho r Centromedian nucleus Cerebral aqueduct White matter sule CENTRAL COMPLEX rus Insular gy BELT Subcommissural organ Pretectum CO M PL EX Cortical plate ap nal c Exter THALAMUS n Putame RETIC ULA R VE NT RA L CA3 IP H Vental posterolateral nucleus Third ventricle (pineal recess) POSTERIOR COMPLEX Temporal neuroepithelium and subventricular zone Layer I Pulvinar Fornical glioepithelium CA1 Callosal sling POSTERIOR COMPLEX Posterior striatal neuroepithelium and subventricular zone n Stria terminalis Reticular nucleus Posterior striatal neuroepithelium and subventricular zone Lateral migratory stream Temporal stratified transitional field Corpus callosum (body) Strionuclear glioepithelium Caudate nucleus (tail) Choroid plexus Pa ra br ac hi al Su nu bs cl ta eu nt s Lateral fissure Lateral ventricle r o m s um -m o l Paracentral neuroepithelium and subventricular zone Germinal and transitional structures in italics Cingulate gyrus Interhemispheric fissure Induseum griseum e Paracentral stratified transitional field Lateral ventricle Ventral tegmental area Alvear glioepithelium Entorhinal cortex PONS Parahippocampal neuroepithelium, subventricular zone, and stratified transitional field Pontine gray Temporal lobe Middle cerebellar peduncle Transpontine corticofugal tract (thick longitudinal bundles) Reticular tegmental nucleus Pontocerebellar fibers (thin transverse bundles) Pontocerebellar fibers (decussation) Subpial granular layer 52 PLATE 39A pjwstk|402064|1435432841 GW37 Coronal CR 350 mm, Y217-65 Level 13: Section 1081 See the entire section in Plate 13.

53 PLATE 39B Posterior striatal neuroepithelium and subventricular zone Germinal and transitional structures in italics Callosal glioepithelium Lateral ventricle Corpus callosum (body) Fornical glioepithelium POSTERIOR COMPLEX CSubic gr De e p e ia Pr e te c tu rfi m c Su pe M id dl Cerebral aqueduct Mesencephalic glioepithelium/ependyma Parahippocampal gyrus Temporal neuroepithelium and subventricular zone Parasubiculum Tegmentum Alvear glioepithelium Parahippocampal neuroepithelium, subventricular zone, and stratified transitional field Oculomotor nucleus (III) Reticular formation te Central tegmental tract Granular layer Hilus Molecular layer Subgranular zone Stratum lacunosummoleculare Medial longitudinal fasciculus Superior cerebellar peduncle Caudate nucleus (tail) Fimbria/fornix Brachium of the inferior colliculus Lateral lemniscus Meyer's loop (visual radiation) Hippocampus: Stratum radiatum Pyramidal layer M le al e di Stratum oriens m Temporal lobe Cerebral peduncle Pontocerebellar fibers (thin transverse bundles) White matter Cortical plate Layer I PONS Subpial granular layer Middle cerebellar peduncle Nerve V In Medial geniculate body Mesencephalic nucleus of V Reticular tegmental nucleus Pontine gray Suprageniculate nucleus ule ps ca us PO P M A ul Pos t er ior Op tic ne r id dl ew sc H IP us er Subcommissural lay y organ a er gr ay l ay Central gray M ni CA1 r ntate g y Presub icu Tectum Raphe nuclear complex De US um roid plex us m A mon' s Cho Subgranular zone rn CA3 ho l a gr Superior colliculus er l ay ve er y la e te ur hi iss m m Co Glioepithelium Stem cells of choroid plexus Fornical glioepithelium r aye yl Stria terminalis Lateral geniculate body MIDBRAIN m lu Lateral ventricle Pulvinar leus lar nuc Temporal stratified transitional field Callosal sling THALAMUS RETICULAR BELT Posterior striatal neuroepithelium and subventricular zone Caudate nucleus (tail) ic u Ret Strionuclear glioepithelium x rni Fo rn al Choroid plexus Transpontine corticofugal tract (thick longitudinal bundles) Pontocerebellar fibers (decussation) 54 PLATE 40A GW37 Coronal CR 350 mm, Y217-65, Level 14: Section 1141 See the entire section in Plate 14.

29 PLATE 24 CORTEX OF THE PRECENTRAL GYRUS Subpial granular layer (transient proliferative glial matrix) I Latest arriving cells I II II III III IV IV Large neurons are Betz pyramidal cells V V VI VI VII VII White matter 30 PLATE 25 GW37 Coronal CR 350 mm Y217-65 Near Level 14: Section 1161 CORTEX OF THE POSTCENTRAL GYRUS (Primary sensory cortex) See Plate 26 31 PLATE 26 CORTEX OF THE POSTCENTRAL GYRUS Subpial granular layer (transient proliferative glial matrix) I I Latest arriving cells II II III III IV IV V V VI VI VII VII White matter 32 PLATE 27 GW37 Coronal CR 350 mm Y217-65 Level 18: Section 1371 PARIETAL CORTEX See the entire section in Plate 18.

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