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Special sense tes

review for special sense test

red, blue, green 3 colors that the retina are sensitive too.
fovea centralis area of greatest visual acuity
4 taste bitter, sour, sweet, salty
cataracts clouding of the lens that usually occurs with aging
olfactory cells stimulated by substances in solution
temporal lobe the cortical region of the brain responsible for hearing
olfactory tract damage would affect your sense of taste and smell
sclera white covering of the eye
palperbra the eyelid
semicircular canals ear structures concerned with balance
salty taste tip of tongue
sour taste sides of tongue
bitter taste back on tongue
sweet taste middle of tongue
colorblindness lack of one or more types of cones cells
conjunctivitis inflammation of the conjunctiva, or pinkeye
myopia near sightedness
retina portion of the eye concerned with image formation
choriod vascular light absorbing tunic part of the eye
organ of corti contains the receptors for hearing
vestibule part of the bony labyrinth connecting the cochlea and the semicircular canals
tympanic membrane communicates sound vibrations to the ossicles, ear drum
Created by: TeresaGentry