|A web site for veterinary students studying Veterinary Neurobiology (CVM 6120) at the University of Minnesota. Content includes labelled histologic images and diagrams, and text. A useful reference for the first-year Neuroscience course at PennVet.|
|Canine Brain Atlas presents neuroanatomy of the canine brain as seen in 16 transverse sections through a brain (sections are stained with luxol fast blue and cresyl violet). Students may click a label to see a brain structure indicated, or they may mouse-over brain structures to see respective labels highlighted. An index screen showing small images of all sections may be used for navigation.|
|Work in progress site created for the Neuroscience Program at the University of Scranton. User navigates through an interactive sheep brain dissection tutorial containing written directions and labelled gross images.|
|Website created by John I. Johnson, Keith D. Sudheimer, Kristina K. Davis and Brian M. Winn for Michigan State University. Atlas contains images of coronal sections of the sheep brain with fiber/cell stains and labelled structures.|
This web site (intended for first-year veterinary students studying CVM 6120, Veterinary Neurobiology, at the University of Minnesota) presents domestic mammalian brain neuroanatomy from a gross anatomical perspective. Per brain region, neural components are listed in hierarchal order, and there are links to labeled images of brain surfaces, brain dissections, vessels and cranial nerves.