Cerebellum of Dog's Brain
Vertical section of dog’s cerebellum. Labels: p m, pia mater; p, corpuscles of Purkinje, which are branched nerve cells lying in a single layer and sending single processed downwards and more numerous ones upwards, which branch continuously and extend through the deep “molecular layer” towards the free surface; g, dense layer of ganglionic corpuscles., closely resembling nuclear layers of retina; f, layer of nerve fibers, with a few scattered ganglionic corpuscles. This last layer (f) constitutes part of the white matter of the cerebellum, while the layer between it and the free surface are gray matter.
GalleriesMammal Anatomy: Internal Organs
Baker, W. Morrant & Harris, Vincent Dormer Kirkes' Hand-book of Physiology, 13th ed. (Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1892) 664