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Blooms Level: AnalyzeFigure: 45.05Raven - Chapter 45 #41Section: 45.03Topic: Animals42.If one examines the ear of a human and begins with the outer ear and continues to the inner ear, what is the order of structures encountered? A.tympanic membrane →malleus →incus →stapes →oval window →cochlea B. tympanic membrane →incus →malleus →stapes →oval window →cochlea C. tympanic membrane →stapes →malleus →incus →oval window →cochlea D. tympanic membrane →malleus →incus →stapes →cochlea →oval window E. tympanic membrane →oval window →malleus →incus →stapes →cochlea Blooms Level: AnalyzeFigure: 45.06Raven - Chapter 45 #42Section: 45.03Topic: Animals43.Select the exception in the list of the following animals that are able to use sonar as a form of "lightless vision" to navigate in dark environments. Blooms Level: UnderstandRaven - Chapter 45 #43Section: 45.03Topic: Animals44.Humans who are nearsighted have the image Blooms Level: AnalyzeFigure: 45.17Raven - Chapter 45 #44
45.The retina of the human eye is composed of three layers of cells. Starting with the layer that is closest to the internal surface of the eyeball, what is the correct order? Blooms Level: AnalyzeFigure: 45.20Raven - Chapter 45 #45Section: 45.05Topic: Animals46.Electroreceptors are found in all of the following animals except A. bony fish. B. sharks. C. duck-bill platypus. D. skates. E.pit viper snakes. Blooms Level: AnalyzeRaven - Chapter 45 #46Section: 45.06Topic: Animals47.Color vision is possible because of cones in the retina of the eye. There are three types of cones that can be stimulated by light. All other colors are combinations of the colors of three cones. The cone colors are:I-RedII-YellowIII-OrangeIV-BlueV-GreenVI-Purple A. I, II, and III B. I, III, and IV C.I, IV, and V D. I, V, and VI E. II, IV, and VI Blooms Level: RememberFigure: 45.19Raven - Chapter 45 #47Section: 45.05