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Images Dated 11th October 2006

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Motor and sensory homunculi Featured 11 Oct 2006 Image

Motor and sensory homunculi

Sensory and motor homunculi. Computer artwork of a motor homunculus (left) and a sensory homunculus (right). Parts of the body are sized according to how much space the brain gives to processing sensory information about that part of the body (sensory homunculus) or to controlling the movement of that part of the body (motor homunculus)

© PETER GARDINER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Fiji, Viti Levu, Detail of light green fern leaves in foreground with tall palms against blue sky behind; Coral Coast Featured 11 Oct 2006 Image

Fiji, Viti Levu, Detail of light green fern leaves in foreground with tall palms against blue sky behind; Coral Coast

© Himani Smeaton / Design Pics

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Muscles of the head and neck Featured 11 Oct 2006 Image

Muscles of the head and neck

Muscles of the head and neck, historical anatomical artwork. This head has been dissected to show several muscles involved in moving the face and neck. These include: The sternocleidomastoideus, running from behind the ear to the sternum, the orbicularis oris surrounding the mouth, the nasalis of the nose, and the masseter, which controls the chewing motion of the jaw. In this dissection, the square-shaped larynx (white) can also be seen partially obscured in the neck. This illustration is taken from the 19th century French textbook The Atlas of Human Anatomy and Surgery by J. M. Bourgery and N. H. Jacob

© MEHAU KULYK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY