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Mastering A&P Chapter 15

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Name the muscle at D.

Identify the choroid.

Identify the type of neuronal cell that detects bright light and provides high-resolution color vision.

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Which structure contains the blood vessels that nourish all layers of the eye?

What structure in the eye creates a visual blind spot?

What is the portion of the eye that allows light to pass into the posterior chamber?

Ordinarily, it is NOT possible to transplant tissues from one person to another, yet corneas can be transplanted without tissue rejection. This is because the cornea ________.

What term refers to the eyes moving medially to track items close at hand?

This figure best illustrates an eyeball that is __________.

As the ciliary muscle relaxes, the suspensory ligaments tighten and stretch the lens, allowing for distance vision.

The elasticity of the lens decreases with age. This leads to which of the following?

The ability to clearly see objects at a distance but not close up is properly called ________.

Which photoreceptor cells respond to very dim light?

Color vision has much greater resolution than night vision (vision that is mostly in shades of gray). Which of the following is the best explanation for why this is so?

The cells of the retina in which action potentials are generated are the ________.

Which part of the visual pathway is responsible for our daily biorhythms?

If you shine a light into one eye both pupils will constrict. The best explanation for this is ________.

Identify the structure that forms cranial nerve I.

How are the olfactory receptors activated?

Which of the following best describes the function of the iris?

Which of the following types of neurons are replaced throughout adult life?

Name the types of papillae that contain taste buds.

A middle ear infection (otitis media) would be located in which region?

What are the names of the bones at A, in order from left to right?

What part of the inner ear houses the receptor organ of hearing, the spiral organ (organ of Corti)?

Which part of the inner ear houses receptors most responsive to rotational (angular) movements of the head?

What is the primary function of cerumen?

Receptors for hearing are located in the ________.

Which middle ear ossicle is attached to, and transmits vibratory motion to, the oval window?

The oval window is connected directly to which passageway?

Which of the following structures contain receptors that monitor changes in head rotation?

What stimuli does the vestibular apparatus detect?

The receptor for static equilibrium is the ________.

Tinnitus, vertigo, and gradual hearing loss typify the disorder called ________.

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Identify the lettered muscle that is controlled by the abducens cranial nerve (CN VI – 6)

identify the lettered muscle responsible for depressing the eye and turning it laterally

identify the lateral rectist muscle select from letters A-D.

identify the region that belongs to the fibrous layer of the eye

identify the layer that contains both a single celled pigmented layer and a neural layer.

Identify the neuron that is last in the transmission pathway of light information, given the cells shown in this image.

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

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

The foeva centralis contains the only one type of neuron which can be found in the figure shown below.

The major function of the conjunctiva is to ______.

Match the words in the left column to the appropriate blanks in the sentences on the right.

Drag the terms on the left to the appropriate blanks on the right to complete the sentences.

Which of the following types of neurons or replace throughout adult life?

Taste buds are not found ________.

select the correct statement about olfaction.

Which cells in this pathway are ciliated?

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