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Sensory A&P

BOCES LPN

QuestionAnswer
Center of eye, helps to regulate amount of light let in Pupil
Colored part of eye, smooth muscle, regulates amount of light Iris
Light sensitive layer at back of inner eye Retina
Rods and cones are found in the _______. Retina
These are very sensitve to color cones
These help us see in dim light due to sensitivity to light. Rods
Bliind spot with no rods or cones Optic disc
Message of what we see is carried along______. Optic nerve
Vascular part of eye with many blood vessels. Choroid
Aqueous humor is found____. In the anterior cavity
This cavity maintains pressure Anterior
Posterior eye filled with this substance that helps maintain shape. Vitreous humor
Venous sinuses that drain aqueous humor Canal of Schlemm
Outer ear, funnels sound pinna
Separates outer and middle ear Tympanic membrane
Ossicles transmit sound where? Middle ear
What equalizes pressure in the ears? Eustachian tube
Microphome of ear Cochlea
Part of ear responsible for balance/equilibrium semicircular canals
Organ of Corti does what and is where? Within cochlea, is transmitter
Where is perilymph found? Bony Labyrinth
Three parts of ossicles Malleus, incus, stapes
Oval window is attached to_______. Tympanic membrane (eardrum) and Ossicles
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