Ventral Nerve

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Ventral Nerve Cord
... The ventral nerve cord makes up the nervous system of some phyla of the invertebrates, particularly within the nematodes, annelids and the arthropods ... of cerebral ganglia anteriorly with the nerve cords running down the ventral ("belly", as opposed to back) plane of the organism ... to the chordates, which have a dorsal nerve cord ...
Facial Motor Nucleus - Additional Images
... The cranial nerve nuclei schematically represented dorsal view ... Motor nuclei in red sensory in blue Nuclei of origin of cranial motor nerves schematically represented lateral view Cross section of the lower pons showing the facial motor nucleus and part of the root of ... of cerebellum) Reflex arc lower limb → 1° (Golgi tendon organ) → 2° (Ventral/anterior spinocerebellar tract→ SCP → Cerebellar vermis) upper limb → 1° (Golgi tendon ...
Ventral Posterolateral Nucleus - Additional Images
... thalami Grey matter/ nuclei paired AN Ventral VA/VL VP/VPM/ VPL Lateral LD LP Pulvinar nuclei Metathalamus MG LG midline MD Intralaminar Centromedian Midline nuclear group Interthalamic ... Reflex arc lower limb → 1° (Golgi tendon organ) → 2° (Ventral/anterior spinocerebellar tract→ SCP → Cerebellar vermis) upper limb → 1° (Golgi tendon organ) → 2° (Rostral ...
Insect Physiology - Nervous System - Central Nervous System
... division of the nervous system, it consists of a brain, a ventral nerve cord and a subesophageal ganglion ... This is connected to the brain by two nerves, extending around each side of the oesophagus ... The ventral nerve cord extends from the suboesophageal ganglion posteriorly (Triplehorn Johnson, 2005) ...
Trapezoid Body
... It consists of fibers arising from the ventral cochlear nucleus ... A collection of nerve cells inside forms a trapezoid nucleus ... Most nerve fibers pass directly from the superior olivary nuclei to the inferior colliculus ...

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