Module 1 CHAP15 - Module 1 Section 15.01 Pink eye is caused...

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Module 1: Section 15.01 Pink eye is caused by an infection that produces inflammation of the _________ conjunctiva Which of the following statements about the cornea is true? cornea has no blood vessels Which of the following is false when considering eyelids? you only have one eyelid . An inability to move the eye laterally would indicate a problem with which muscle and nerve? An inability to move the eye laterally would indicate a problem with the lateral rectus and abducens . The __________ is not a part of the vascular layer of the eye. The sclera is not a part of the vascular layer of the eye Correctly match the term and definition: Rods: Rods are our dim- light and peripheral vision receptors . Correctly match the term to its description: Rods : Rods utilize the pigment rhodopsin The conjunctival mucous membrane covers __________. The conjunctival mucous membrane covers both the inner surface of the eyelids and the visible portion of the sclera . __________ are one of the few types of neurons that can replace themselves in adult life. Olfactory receptors are one of the few types of neurons that can replace themselves in adult life.
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Correctly match the term and definition: Cones : High acuity and color vision receptors Match the following term with its correct description: Hyperopia: farsightedness , occurs when the parallel light rays from distant objects focus behind the retina Correctly match the term and definition: Vitreous humor : Thick, jelly-like substance in the posterior compartment of the eye Arrange the tunics of the wall of the eyeball in their correct sequence, from inside out . Retina, sclera, choroid Which of the following is true with regards to eye muscles ? The extrinsic eye muscles are among the most precisely and rapidly controlled skeletal muscles in the entire body. This precision reflects their high axon-to-muscle-fiber ratio: The motor units of these muscles contain only 8 to 12 muscle cells and in some cases as few as two or three. Which of the following is false regarding the cornea? the cornea has active water pumps . The cells of the cornea have active water pumps to keep the water content of the cornea low. While it can be stated that if something occurs anatomically, it has a physiological function, we may not always understand that physiological function. Which of the following anatomical features is not well understood physiologically? Emotionally induced tears
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As you continue to explore anatomy and physiology, you will note that if something occurs anatomically, it has a physiological function. What is the most likely physiological purpose of the eyebrow? Shade the eyes from sunlight When a person cries, he or she tends to keep on wiping their dripping nose. The nose drips because __________. When a person cries, he or she tends to keep on wiping their dripping nose. The nose drips because lacrimal gland secretions wash the eyeball and drain into the lacrimal duct, which empties into the nasal cavity Match the part of the lacrimal apparatus to the correct function: Lacrimal gland: The lacrimal gland secretes tears onto the
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