Yes, most species of sharks do in fact have brain ventricles.
These are typically interconnected chambers within the brain of the
Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is found in the ventricles of the brain.
The purpose of ventricles in the brain is to cushion and protect the brain from trauma. Ventricles are filled with Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF). This fluid cushions the brain and acts as a shock absorber.
There are four ventricles in the human brain; the left and right lateral ventricles, the third ventricle and the fourth ventricle.
The ventricles of the heart are most commonly known; there are ventricles in the brain, however.
The fluid found within the ventricles of the brain is called cerebrospinal fluid, or CSF.
There are ventricles in the heart and the brain. There are no ventricles in the integumentary system.
The third and fourth ventricles are joined.
csf also know as cerebral spinal fluid; its in a constant motion through the ventricles and aqueducts of the brain
The largest ventricle of the brain are the lateral ventricles. In both of the brain's hemispheres there are c-shaped ventricles in the telencephalon.
Both have thier own pacemakers
The cavities of the brain are called ventricles. These ventricles contain Cerebro Spinal Fluid to help aid in the filtration of the blood.
Schizophrenia affects the ventricles in the Brain.
One of the main functions is to produce CSF (cerebrospinal fluid)
Two lateral ventricles, third ventricles and the forth ventricles produce the cerebrospinal fluid.
The third and fourth ventricles are connected by the Cerebral aqueduct.