Lab08 - Lab Report 8.1 - Structure of the Eye Identify the...

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Lab Report 8.1 - Structure of the Eye Identify the names of the numbered structures on the eye diagram (page 216) by placing the numbers in the correct blanks in the list of labels below. Question Correct Match Anterior Chamber (Aqueous Humor) F. 6 Arteries and Veins M. 13 Blind Spot O. 15 Ciliary Body B. 2 Choroid H. 8 Sclera A. 1 Iris C. 3 Lens E. 5 Optic Nerve L. 12 Posterior Chamber (Vitreous Humor) J. 10 Pupil D. 4 Retina I. 9
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Lab Report 8.1 - Structure of the Eye Identify the names of the numbered structures on the eye diagram (page 216) by placing the numbers in the correct blanks in the list of labels below. Cornea N. 14 Suspensory Ligamnet of Lens G. 7 Fovea Centralis K. 11
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Questio n 2 0.5 out of 0.5 points Lab Report 8.2 - Shapes vs. Color Did you see shape or color first? Why do you think this may be true? Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Feedback: Questio n 3 0.5 out of 0.5 points Lab Report 8.3 - Blind Spot Even though you have a blind spot in each eye, why do you not experience a “blind spot” in your vision when you look at an object with both eyes? Selected Answer:
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Questio n 3 0.5 out of 0.5 points Correct Answer: Feedback: Questio n 4 0.5 out of 0.5 points Lab Report 8.3 - Blind Spot When you look at an object with only one eye, you do notice a “blind spot” in your vision. Why do you suppose this happens? Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Feedback:
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Questio n 4 0.5 out of 0.5 points Questio n 5 0.5 out of 0.5 points Lab Report 8.4 - Summary - Sight Summarize concisely in the space below what you have learned about your sense of sight. Include each aspect of vision investigated in this exercise. Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Feedback:
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n 6 0.36 out of 0.5 points Question Pinna External Auditory Canal Tympanic Membrane Malleus Incus Stapes Auditory Tube (Eustachian Tube) Cochlea
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