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V Interpeduncular fossa Hippocampus Abducens n. VI Pons Longitudinal fasciculus of pons Flocculus Cerebral penduncle Middle cerebellar peduncle Choroid plexus of ventricle IV Intermedius & vestibulocochlear n. Facial n. VII Pyramidal decussation Spinal cord Intermedial n. Vestibulocochlear n. VIII Glossopharyngeal n. IV Flocculus Medulla oblongata Cerebellum Foramen caecum Medulla oblongata Facial n. Vagus n. rootlets Mamillary body Oculomotor n. III Cerebral penducle Optic n. II Lateral sulcus Choroid plexus of lateral ventricle, inferior horn Glossopharyngeal n.
Ascending frontal a. Precentral a. Central a. Anterior parietal a. Posterior parietal a. Posterior pericallosal a. Angular a. Parieto-occipital a. Posterior temporal a. CIRCLE OF WILLIS Medial Frontal Branches: Posterior Middle Anterior Callosomarginal a. Frontopolar a. Pericallosal a. Anterior communicating a. Anterior cerebral a. Lenticulostriate a. Temporal branch of the posterior cerebral a. Lumen Tunica adventitia Valve Tunica adventitia Terminal arteriole Meta-arteriole Postcapillary venule Precapillary sphincters Intercellular cleft Basal lamina** Fenestrations Tight junction Endothelial cell** Cell nucleus Capillary bed Red blood cell Blood flow CORONARY ARTERIES & CARDIAC VEINS L.
Tracheids - Thin, hollow, dead cells with perforated, tapered ends. - Vessel members (element) - Thick, hollow, dead cells with large holes on end. • Phloem used for sugar/food transport. - Sieve tube members (element), hollow, living cells with perforated ends. - Companion cells, living cells that help keep sieve tube member cells alive. Pits in wall Sieve plate One vessel member no cytoplasm (cells are dead at maturity) MERISTEMATIC TISSUES • Growth after germination • Upward growth - Epicotyl or Coleoptile - Phototropism - Plant growth and movement in response to light.
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