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Sensory system


Where is light focused in the eye? Retina
What carries the image to the brain? Optic nerve
What changes the shape of the lens? Cilary muscle
Where in the eye are rods and cones found? Retina
What is the black part of the eye called? Pupil
What part of the eye changes shape to focus light? Lens
What type of nerve is the optic nerve? Sensory nerve
What allows light to enter the eye? Pupil
The group of organs that work together to store and transmit information quickly around the body is know as? Peripheral nervous System (PNS)
What system is composed of the sense organs and nerves? Sensory System
What controls the amount of light entering the eye by changing the size of the pupil? Iris
Name the system that consists of the brain and the spinal cord? Central nervous system (CNS)
What transmits information from a sense organ to the CNS? Motor nerve
What organ detects sight? Eye
What organ detects sound? Ear
What organ is responsible for touch? Skin
What organ is responsible for smell? Nose
What organ is responsible for taste? Tongue
Created by: sheehan29