Bio 118 Test #3 Notes

Bio 118 Test #3 Notes - Sensory Physiology: 103. What is...

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Sensory Physiology: 103. What is sensory modality? What is sensory intensity? How do each of these work? 104. How do stretch-sensitive ion channels contribute to mechanoreceptor function? 105. What are baroreceptors? What do they do, and how? Where do you expect to find them? 106. What are proprioreceptors? What do they do, and how? Where do you expect to find them? 107. How do chemically-gated ion channels contribute to chemoreceptor function? 108. Chemoreceptors are found in the CNS, in the carotid arteries, and in the aorta. What do these chemoreceptors monitor? 109. What are gustatory receptors? What do they do, and how? Where do you expect to find them? 110. What are olfactory receptors? What do they do, and how? Where do you expect to find them? 111. What are nociceptors? What do they do, and how? Where do you expect to find them? 112. What are the basic parts of the human eye (i.e. the sclera, the cornea, the iris, the lens, the retina, the optic nerve)? What is the function of these various parts? 113. What is visual accommodation, and how is it achieved?
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Bio 118 Test #3 Notes - Sensory Physiology: 103. What is...

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