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Module Five

Nervous System

________________________________Contains Eustachian tubes and ossicles. Middle ear
________________________________has 12 pairs of cranial nerves and 31 pairs of spinal nerves. Peripheral nervous system
________________________________White of the eye. Sclera
________________________________Outside of cerebrum; controls highest function of the brain. Cerebral cortex
________________________________Inner layer of eye’ receptors for vision are contained here. Retina
________________________________Contains involuntary muscles, heartbeat, blood pressure, and other functions. Autonomic nervous system
________________________________Light enters eye through this structure Cornea
________________________________Contain midbrain, pons, and medulla. Brainstem
________________________________Waxy substance secreted in auditory canal. Cerumen
_______________________________ Contains semicircular canal and cochlea. Inner ear
Created by: mstearns