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I.D. study guide - Chapter 4 section on the Eyes (1st 2...

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Chapter 4 • section on the Eyes (1 st 2 paragraphs) • know about different growth rates of various parts in the eye The eyes are approximately ¾ the normal adult size at birth. They grow rapidly until about three years. They continue to grow after this but at a much slower rate. Front part- of the eye is relatively large at birth and grows less than the structures in the back of the eye. The Cornea is large at birth and reaches mature size at about 2 years. It flattens with age. The fovea changes rapidly during the first year. Overall the shape of the eye becomes more spherical with growth. • is there a difference between boys and girls in skeletal ossification at birth? Girls are typically more advanced in skeletal ossification at birth than boys. • how do the feet of the newborn compare to those of older children? The feet of a newborn are proportionately longer and thinner than those of older children • what are deciduous teeth? The first set of twenty teeth.
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course PSYCH 349 taught by Professor Witherington during the Spring '08 term at New Mexico.

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