Special senses f09 - Senses A General characteristics 2...

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Senses A. General characteristics 2 types of sense: General: Pain, temp. touch, pressure, vibration, proprioception *Utilizes specific receptors Special: Smell, taste, vision, hearing equilibrium
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B. Senses 1. Olfaction Location: Olfactory mucosa (5cm2) Cells: Chemoreceptors
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Cells: Chemoreceptors 2. Gustation (taste) Sour, sweet, salty, bitter, umami Location: Taste buds Cells: Chemoreceptors
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Cells: Chemoreceptors 3. Vision * > ½ of sensory receptors are in eyes Location: Eyeball (bony orbit)
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3. Vision * > ½ of sensory receptors are in eyes Location: Eyeball (bony orbit) a. Accessory structures i. Palpebrae - Shade, protect, lubricate eye - Conjunctiva (mucous memb.)
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- Conjunctiva (mucous memb.) ii. Lacrimal apparatus Secretes lacrimal fluid (lysozyme) Begins @ lacrimal glands →
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course BIO 115 taught by Professor Chen during the Fall '09 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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