IV1 - Sensory Receptors and Special Senses IV....

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Sensory Receptors and Special Senses IV. Classification of Special Senses A. Olfaction (smell) 1. olfactory cells - bipolar neurons in epithelium 2. olfactory glands - secrete mucus to clean epithelium 3. olfactory nerve (I) - axons of olfactory cells 4. olfactory bulbs - brain region where (I) synapses 5. olfactory tract - axons from bulbs to cortex B. Gustation (taste) 1. gustatory cells - neuron with hairlike extension 2. taste buds - location of gustatory cells 3. facial nerve (VII) - anterior 2/3 of tongue 4. glossopharyngeal nerve (IX) - posterior 1/3 5. vagus nerve (X) - throat and epiglottis 6. -> medulla -> thalamus -> cortex C. Vision 1. Accessory Structures of the Eye a. eyebrows b. eyelids (palpebrae) i. levator palpebrae superioris muscle ii. palpebral fissure iii. lateral commissure iv. medial commissure v. lacrimal caruncle (lacrimal gland) crying c. tarsal plate - inner wall of eyelid d. tarsal glands - secrete oil e. conjunctiva - mucous membrane of eyelid f. eyelashes g. lacrimal gland
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course SCIE SYG2000 taught by Professor Bernhardt during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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