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Schematic Drawing of the Human Brain

The cerebellum, which is located posterior to the cerebrum is highly affect by FRDA. Please note that these are approximate locations of the structures listed.

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Drawn by student z3294943.


+ Relevant to group project topic. + Meets the student drawn figure criteria. + Includes student disclaimer and copyright information. +/- Reasonable image of lateral brain and cerebellum. I am not quite sure why you needed to draw this as there are many good and freely available images. - Included legend provides minimal information does not meet the peer teaching criteria. You needed to give some information as too why this was important to the project.

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current15:50, 8 September 2011Thumbnail for version as of 15:50, 8 September 2011782 × 627 (102 KB)Z3294943 (talk | contribs)Schematic drawing of the human brain. Please note the location of the cerebellum. Drawn by student z3294943.

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