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ANS 205 quiz three part 1

Kathryn Kania

From the lecture: sensory organs

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4.this organ detects pheromones
8.monocular vision describes the spacial area that __ eye(s) can see
11.__ __ are pigments in the eye: masses of color. seen a lot in horses
12.the __ and cornea compose the outermost tunic of the eyeball's three tunics.
15.if the humors cannot adequately drain when needed, this disease results
16.___ odor(s) can be detected at any given time
18.transparent, not vascularized, not pigmented, smooth surface of the eye that is a larger % of the eye in nocturnal animals
19.the fluid in the scala vestibuli and scala tympani of the cochlea
20.cat's iris shape
21.the __ in the dog and human is circular
24.high frequencies (dogs hear)
25.tiniest muscle in the body. to help you remember, think "stampede of horses', because it sort of sounds like "stampede" and it's shaped like a stirrup... or a weird looking staple.
26.change environmental signal into electrical signal
27.___receptors are a type of sensory receptor for taste, smell, CO2, and pH
28.vestibulo____ reflex works with skeletal muscle to prevent "falling" when you tilt your head
29.whales, giraffes and elephants can hear this low frequency
31.when it's dark, there is an increased concentration of this chemical that stimulates action potential. it contains a form of vitamin A.
36.__ vision causes the ability of depth perception
37.oscillatory reflex eye movement: when moving, eyes will dart ahead
39.controls how much light gets into eye by regulating size of pupil
42.frequencies humans hear
44.focuses light onto retina. shape is controlled by the muscles in the ciliary body (which are in the middle tunic: vascular)
46.arise form stimuli that initiates an impulse
47.___receptors are sensory receptors that detect stretch and proprioception
49.this organ has little hair cells (mechanoreceptors). little mechanical hair receptors that are embedded in the tectorial membrane.
51.perception of noxious stimuli
52.see black and white with the presence of these photoreceptors (high in domestic animals)
53.ends of the canals, location of neuroepithelium and hairs (balance and equilibrium)
54.vitreous humor is behind the ___ in the eye.
56.___receptors are a type of sensory receptor for light
58.ocular ___ includes the muscles and glands of vision.
1.number of humors in the eye.
2.aka olfaction
3.external part of ear
5.sense pain, heat, cold, touch, pressure, body position
7.a unique sense to migratory birds
9.A sensory receptor for dull vs. sharp pain
10.___ pain includes the mechanoreceptors and chemoreceptors, and involves the sensations of stretching, tension, etc.
13.__ pain involves the pain pathways connecting
14.ocular adnexa that is comprised of the eyelids, conjunctiva on inside, and third eyelid
17.the nerve tunic is the innermost tunic of the eye, and is comprised of the __.
22.aka taste
23.one function of the ear: hearing. this is the apparatus that helps you hear
31.the sympathetic smooth muscles that controls the eye's iris
32.the pupil in the domestic herbivore and the ___ is horizontal
33.there are no photoreceptors on this part of the retina. its a blind spot!
34.the tiny bones
35.it's galleries include the upper (scala vestibuli) and the lower (scala tympani)
38.the outermost tunic of the eye
40.aka tympanic membrane. what the sound waves hit second to the pinna.
41.__-ocular reflex allows eyes to fix on images while head is moving
42.a unique sense to bats
43.a ___ receptor is a peripheral component and nerve ending that are responsible for "transduction"
45.reflective later of inner choroid; eyeshine results. PIGGIES don't have it.
48.see color with these photoreceptors on the retina.
50.the tunic of the eye that consists of the choroid, ciliary body, and iris
55.a basic taste other than sweet, salty, bitter, sour. aka savory
57.__ glands are part of the lacrimal apparatus of the ocular adnexa

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