A Course of Instruction in Zootomy: (Vertebrata.)

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Page 119 - 1 , ef.br.*), one from each arch. After receiving the last efferent artery the epibranchial trunk passes inwards and backwards, and unites with its fellow of the opposite side to form the dorsal aorta, but just before doing so, it gives off a subclavian artery (sd) on each side, which supplies the pectoral fin. The
Page 387 - left posterior pillar : the cerebellum is removed with the exception of a part of its right lateral lobe. a.co, anterior commissure : a.fo, anterior pillar of fornix : a.pn, anterior peduncles of cerebellum
Page 387 - is dissected down to the level of the corpus callosum : on the right side the lateral ventricle is exposed. In B the cerebral hemispheres are dissected down to a
Page 261 - the Gasserian ganglion. 349. The sixth nerve (vi), arising from the ventral surface of the medulla near the middle line and
Page 303 - the cannula being directed towards the main trunk. The injection of the systemic veins is more difficult : the precavŠis can be filled from the external jugular, the postcaval from the external iliac, the cannula, in both

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