Chapter 15 - Special Senses

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.1a

Label the Eye

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.1b

Label the Eye

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.2

Label the Eye

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.3a

Label the Eye

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.4a

Label the Eye

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.19a

Label the Brain

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.20b

Label the parts of the Olfactory receptors

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.22a

Label the tongue

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.24a

Label the Ear

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.24b (1 of 2)

Label the Ear

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.24b (2 of 2)

Label the Ear

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.26

Label the Ear

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Art-labeling Activity: Figure 15.27c

Label the Hair Cells in the Organ of Corti

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What term means that the lens can change shape so that the eye can focus on items either close at hand or far away?

accommodation

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What condition results when distant objects focus in front of the retina, rather than on it?

myopia

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Which of the following is NOT an accessory structure of the eye?

retina

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The visible colored portion of the eye is the __________.

iris

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Which of the following is a role of the vitreous humor?

It supports the posterior surface of the lens

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Which of the following is a characteristic of the lens?

The lens focuses light on the retina.

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Choose the correctly paired terms.

nyctalopia: night blindness

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Which accessory eye structures function to produce the tears that cleanse and protect the eye?

lacrimal glands

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Which structure in the eye provides nutrition to all eye layers?

choroid

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What part of the eye constitutes the blind spot?

optic disc

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Which photoreceptors respond to very dim light?

rods

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Most taste buds are located __________.

on the tongue

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Which of the following is NOT a requirement for something to be tasted?

tastant must contact the basal epithelial cells of the taste buds.

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Choose the FALSE statement about the olfactory epithelium.

It is made of simple squamous epithelium.

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Taste is independent of smell

False

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Which of the following is the basic taste quality responsible for the "beef taste" of steak?

umami

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The boundary between the external and middle ear is the __________.

tympanic membrane

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Ringing in the ears is called __________.

tinnitus

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Where are equilibrium receptors located?

in the semicircular canals and in the vestibule of the ear

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There are __________ auditory ossicles in the ear.

three

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The final step in perceiving sound is __________.

the auditory cortex is stimulated

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The receptor organ for hearing is the __________.

spiral organ (of Corti)

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Which of the following is true of receptors for dynamic equilibrium?

The receptors for dynamic equilibrium respond to rotational forces.

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Information from balance (equilibrium) receptors goes directly to __________.

the brain stem

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Which of the following is the receptor organ for hearing?

spiral organ (of Corti)

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Vision is fully developed at birth.

False


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