Differences between nervous system of man and rabbit, Biology

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MAN & RABBIT -

S.NO.

 

1.

MAN

 

Brain round

RABBIT

 

Elongated

2.

Olfactory lobes, embeded in cereberum

Some what clear

3.

Olfactory lobes solid

Hollow

4.

Rinocoel absent

Present

5.

Corpora straita less developed

More developed

6.

Broca area less developed

More developed

7.

Spinal nerve 31 pairs

37 pairs

8.

Cauda aquina absent

Present

9.

Choroid plexus  5

2

SPECIAL POINTS -

  1. Andrew V. Schally & Roger C. L. Guillemin discovered Release Factor (RF) from hypothalamus.
  2. Optic chiasma mainly connected to steroscopic vision.
  3. If spinal cord & spinal nerves are exposed, this condition is spinal bifida.
  4. Due to absence of myelin sheath krab's disease or mentally dullness is occured.
  5. Cranial nerves enter into geniculate ganglia.
  6. Telencephalone of embryonic brain forms cerebrum & olfactory lobe.
  7. Cerebral reflex is not immediate e.g. watering of mouth.
  8. EEG - In closed eyes position, a-waves are given at the rate of 8-12 cycle / sec. In dream b & gwaves are given at the rate of 1-4 cycle/sec. In sleep delta waves are given.
  9. Neurology - Study of structure, function & diseases of the nervous system.
  10. Neurotoxin - A poison destruction to nervous system.
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