GR - Sensory Physiology V

GR - Sensory Physiology V - Guided Reading Sensory...

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Guided Reading – Sensory Physiology V 1. Contraction of ciliary muscles allows the lens to become thicker. True False 2. Match the cutaneous receptor with the sensation it responds to. 1. Meissner's corpuscles texture and slow vibration ____
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2. 3. Pacinian corpuscles sustained pressure ____ 3. 4. free nerve endings deep pressure and fast vibration ____ 4. 5. Merkel's discs light tough, temperature, and pain ____ 5. 2. Ruffini corpuscles sustained touch and pressure ____
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3. Inability to detect rotational acceleration occurs when the saccule is damaged. True False 4. A greater bending of the stereocilia will increase the frequency of action potentials and will be perceived as a louder sound. True False 5. A common visual impairment in older people that is caused by damage to the central fovea is A. geniculostriatum. B. retinitis pigmentosa. C. macular degeneration. D. bleaching. 6. Taste cells are modified neurons. True False
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course MCB 32 taught by Professor Smiley during the Fall '11 term at Cal Poly.

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