TEST6 - The conversion of physical energy into a neural...

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The conversion of physical energy into a neural impulse is called: Correct Answer: A. transduction. The three basic functions of all sensory receptors are: absorption, transduction, and: Correct Answer: C. coding. The process that allows us to distinguish colors involves: Correct Answer: D. across-fiber pattern coding. The transparent outer layer of the eyeball is the: Correct Answer: A. cornea. The fluid in the anterior chamber of the eyeball is the: Correct Answer: C. aqueous humor. Ciliary muscles control the shape of the: Correct Answer: C. lens. The change in the shape of the lens to maintain focus is called: Correct Answer: C. accommodation. The image focused on the retina is upside down and: Correct Answer: A. reversed. The size of the pupil is controlled by the: Correct Answer: C. iris. The recognition of a visual stimulus begins with the: Correct Answer: A. retina. Photoreceptors are interconnected by: Correct Answer: D. horizontal cells. Ganglion cells are interconnected by: Correct Answer: C. amacrine cells. Cone type photoreceptors are concentrated in an area known as the: Correct Answer: D. fovea. Our color vision is provided by: Correct Answer: B. cones.
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Another name for the blind spot is the: Correct Answer: A. optic disk. Synchrony of input allows us to see an entire visual stimulus as: Correct Answer: A. a complete whole. Axons from the ganglion cells leave the retina through the:
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