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what do the free nerve endings do? sense pain, crude touch, temp., itch and tickle
what do the encapsulated nerve endings do? sense fine or light touch and lox-frequency vibration
what is known as the blind spot? the optic disc
what are the three parts of the ear? 1. external 2.middle 3.inner
what are the special sense organs? eye, ear, nose, and taste buds
what does the retina contain? cones and rods
what are the three layers of the eye tissue? sclera, choroid, and retina
what do the gustatory cells do? they generate the nervous impulses by brain as taste
what separates the middle of the ear from the inner ear? the oval window
what connects the throat to the middle ear? the eustachian tube
where would you be able to find the proprioceptors? deep within the skeletal muscle tissue
what are the hair root plexuses? fine basketlike nerve endings
what do the tactile disks attach to? nerve endings
what layer is the sclera located? outer layer
what layer is the choroid located? middle layer
what layer is the retina located? internal layer
what is the medical term for pink eye? conjunctiva
what is the black center of the iris called? pupil
what is the name for the watery fluid in front of the lens? aqueous humor
what is the medical term for oldsightedness? presbyopia
Created by: mhtgroup