Chapter16SpecialSensesMarieb

Chapter16SpecialSensesMarieb - Chapter 16 The Special...

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Chapter 16: The Special Senses 1. Describe the structures of the Special Senses 2. Explain the pathways of sound in the ear and light in the eye 3. Identify, describe, and discuss the receptors and neural pathways involved in each of the five special senses Chapter objectives: 1. Taste 2. Smell 3. Sight 4. Hearing 5. Touch (Chapt 14) Chemical Senses Developed by John Gallagher, MS, DVM
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The Chemical Senses: 1. Taste Chemoreceptors in Taste Buds Mostly in papillae on the tongue Circumvallate, fungiform Each has groups of gustatory cells Sweet, Sour, Salt, Bitter, Umami CN VII and IX to medulla oblongata
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The Chemical Senses: 1. Taste
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The Chemical Senses: 2. Smell Olfactory Epithelium (CN I) Receptors in pseudostratified epithelium in nasal conchae and septum Filaments from OE protrude through the Cribriform Plate of ethmoid bone CN I runs to the Olfactory Bulb, and to the olfactory cortex of the cerebrum
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