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3B Scientific C29 Rat Brain Comparative Anatomy, 5.5" Length x 3.9" Width x 6.3" Height

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ASIN B005DTIE4C

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Number of Items
1
Overall Height
6.3  inches
Overall Width
3.9  inches
Catalog Number
AAT-C29
Part Number
C29
Brand Name
3B Scientific
Size Name
Rat Brain Comparative Anatomy
Overall Length
5.5  inches
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$228.00
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$146.67
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Key Features

  • The C29 model shows a rat brain in approximate 6-fold enlargement
  • Sectioned medially, it can be disassembled into two halves
  • The right half of the model shows the structures of the cerebrum, cerebellum and brain stem, each of which is color-coded for didactic purposes
  • The left half of the model is largely transparent, thus revealing a view of the colored left lateral ventricle and hippocampus, which can also be seen in the median section
  • Measures 5.5" x 3.9" x 6.3"

Package Details

Shipping Weight: 0.9 pounds
Package Size: 7.4 x 5.6 x 5.6 inches

Product Description

Rat Brain Comparative Anatomy. The C29 model shows a rat brain in approximate 6-fold enlargement. Sectioned medially, it can be disassembled into two halves. The right half of the model shows the structures of the cerebrum, cerebellum and brain stem, each of which is color-coded for didactic purposes (cerebrum = pink, cerebellum = blue, brain stem = yellow), both externally and in the median section. The left half of the model is largely transparent, thus revealing a view of the colored left lateral ventricle and hippocampus, which can also be seen in the median section. For purposes of comparison, a natural cast of a rat brain and a didactic, small-scale illustration of a human brain in median section are shown on the base, with the same color coding used for the various regions.

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