5 vision chpt 6 study guide

5 vision chpt 6 study guide - Study Guide Exam 2 Chapter 6...

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Study Guide, Exam 2 Chapter 6 - Vision 1. What is the visual stimulus, what is the relationship between wavelength and color and other stimulus features (saturation and hue)? 2. What is a receptor potential? 3. Know the anatomical features of the eye (parts of retina, muscles) and their functions. 4. What are the types of visual receptors, how do they differ in function (and what accounts for these differences)? What differentiates a “red” cone from a “blue” cone? (See also fig 6.18, in both editions). 5. Understand the differences in receptors, innervation receptor fields (convergence) and acuity in the different areas of the retina (and fovea). 6. Understand the different types of eye movements and their function (how are saccadic and pursuit movements different – form and function?). What are differences between the difference types of saccadic movements? 7. How does transduction occur in vision and how does the generated potential differ in nature (use of graded and action potentials) from other sensory
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