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Unformatted text preview: SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question Figure 15.1 Using Figure 15.1, match the following: 1) Ganglion cells. 1) 2) Bipolar cells. 2) 3) Horizontal cell. 3) 4) Amacrine cell. 4) 5) Rod. 5) 1 Figure 15.2 Using Figure 15.2, match the following: 6) Protects and shapes the eyeball; provides a sturdy anchoring site for extrinsic eye muscles. 6) 7) Blood vessels supply nutrition to all eye layers. 7) 8) Contains only cones; provides detailed color vision. 8) 9) Lacks photoreceptors; where optic nerve exits the eye. 9) 10) Consists of a pigmented layer and a neural layer. 10) 2 Figure 15.3 Using Figure 15.3, match the following: 11) Acts as a reflexively activated diaphragm to vary pupil size. 11) 12) The only tissue in the body that can be transplanted from one person to another with little or no rejection. 12) 13) Controls lens shape. 13) 14) Holds the retina firmly against the pigmented layer. 14) 15) Fluid blockages cause glaucoma. 15) 3 Figure 15.4 Using Figure 15.4, match the following: 16) Pinna. 16) 17) Tympanic membrane. 17) 18) Stapes. 18) 19) Semicircular canals. 19) 20) Cochlea. 20) 21) Balance organ. 21) 22) Houses organ of Corti. 22) MATCHING. Choose the item in column 2 that best matches each item in column 1 Match the following: 23) The sensory layer of the eye. A) Retina 23) 4 24) The structure most responsible for focusing light rays that enter the eye. 25) Helps maintain the intraocular pressure; located in the anterior part of the eye. 26) Area of greatest visual acuity. A) Lens B) Aqueous humor C) Fovea centralis 24) 25) 26) Match the following: 27) Ear stones. 28) Connects the middle ear with the nasopharynx. 29) Separates external acoustic meatus from the middle ear. 30) Contains utricle and saccule. 31) Detects linear acceleration. A) Otoliths B) Tympanic membrane C) Pharyngotympanic tube D) Vestibule 27) 28) 29) 30) 31) Match the following: 32) A condition that can result from a deficiency of vitamin A. 33) A condition of deafness that may result from otosclerosis. 34) An inflammation of the lining of the middle ear. 35) A condition often leading to blindness due to increased intraocular pressure. A) Glaucoma B) Conduction deafness C) Otitis media D) Night blindness 32) 33) 34) 35) Match the following: 36) Hair cells receptive to changes in dynamic equilibrium are found in this structure. 37) Gustatory cells are found in this structure. 38) Hair cells receptive to changes in static equilibrium are found in this structure. 39) The receptors of olfaction are found in this structure. A) Crista ampullaris B) Olfactory epithelium C) Taste buds D) Macula 36) 37) 38) 39) 5 Match the following: 40) Houses the spiral organ (of Corti.) 41) The receptor organ for hearing....
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course MGMT 543 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at New Mexico.

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