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Unformatted text preview: . 1 ' , . \ \ ' ‘ 5/ , (é, ’ Biology 183 ‘ \’ / Print Name_ Fall 2006 Lecture Exam IV Matching: Some answers are used only'once. Some are used more than once. And others are not used at all. Please write legibly to the left of the number. 2 points each. ' E 1. PR [2 9. Lens Nam-R 'MlOdris‘? (5; 3. Transduction XL 11. Cornea 1— 4. Transmission a 12. Dendrites E2 5. Reception ‘ fi 13. Axons \g 6. Sclera RN" (2 14. Calcium (‘3 . E 7. Choroid M CY \11' ( 5 15. Myelin S 8. Retina it part of a neuron that receives input - short, tapered, usually not myelinated 287 ability of a cell to absorb the energy of a stimulus Z wraps around axons and allows, action potentials to travel faster fl used to focus light on back of eye - shape regulated for focusing by zonule fibers /K inactive phytochrome - often dominant form during night hours F. the white of the vertebrate eye -.--ous system H./ propagates nerve impulses toward next neuron - long, thin, ends in synaptic bulbs I conduction of impulses to the CNS ,J./ inner layer containing photopigments and nervous layer of vertebrate eye )2 outer wall of dense connective tissue forming support for vertebrate eye M vascular tunic in front of the lens - part of middle layer of vertebrate eye X active phytochrome - dominant during day hours ,6. causes synaptic vesicles to fiise with presynaptic membrane and releas neurotransmitter into cleft /P./ middle layer of vertebrate eye containing blood vessels for nourishment Q? conversion of stimulus energy nto a nerve impulse ...
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