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bio lab 2 tables

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Table 1 Exercise 5a – Two-Point Threshold Body part Tested Two-Point Threshold 1 Index Finger 3 mm 2 Back of hand 4 mm 3 Center of palm 9 mm 4 Forearm (wrist) 2 mm 5 Cheek 11.5 mm 6 Neck 8 mm Table 2 Exercise 5b – Distribution of Hot/Cold Receptors Body Part Tested Score (10 being most responsive) Back of hand 7 Palm of hand 9 Inner wrist 3 Table 3 Exercise 5c – Concentration of Pain Receptors Key: 1 = felt pain 0 = did not feel pain Palm of hand 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 Back of hand 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 Table 4 Exercise 7b – Proprioception and Balancing on one Foot Time Eyes Closed 12 seconds Eyes Open >5 minutes
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Table 5 Exercise 7c – Proprioception and Touching Index Fingers(side to side)
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Unformatted text preview: Distance between fingers Eyes Closed 3 mm Eyes Open 0 mm Table 6 Exercise 7d – Proprioception and Pointing Index Fingers (at each other) Distance between fingers Eyes Closed 5 mm Eyes Open 2 mm Table 7 Exercise 10a – Field of Vision (black) Right Eye Left Side Right Side 58 degrees 85 degrees Left Eye Left Side Right Side 78 degrees 60 degrees Table 8 Exercise 10b – Field of Vision (color) Color Left Side Right Side Yellow 82 degrees 82 degrees Blue 78 degrees 78 degrees Red 74 degrees 69 degrees Green 68 degrees 63 degrees...
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