What is the dominant sense
What part of the eye is called "the white of the eye"? Is it A) the sclera or B) the choroid?
In which layer is the retina found? Is it the A) uvea or B) neural layer?
Which iris color has more melanin? Is it A) green or B) blue?
What are the protein fibers called that make up the lens? Are they A) collagens or B) crystallins?
What do we call the gel-like substance in the posterior chamber of the eyeball? Is it A) the aqueous humor or B) the vitreous body?
Which photoreceptor cells are responsible for sharp vision? Is it A) the rods or B) the cones?
Which neural cells regulate action potential generation in the eye? Is it A) the ganglion cells or B) the bipolar cells?
What is the area called where your vision is the sharpest? Is it A) the optic disc or B) the fovea?
The receptors for taste and smell are classified as:
Anosmia, an olfactory disorder, may be caused by a deficiency of:
The accessory structures of the eye do NOT include:
The conjunctival mucous membrane covers:
When a person cries, he or she tends to keep on wiping their dripping nose. The nose drips because:
The horizontal rotation of the eyeball towards the nose is the function of the:
Rotational movement of the head is monitored by receptors located in the:
Arrange the tunics of the wall of the eyeball in their correct sequence from inside out.
Which sequence follows the correct passage of light entering the cornea?
The organ of Corti is found in the:
Which of the following types of stimulation results in an increase in the diameter of the pupil?
The near point of vision is the shortest:
The tiny skeletal muscles associated with the ossicles of the middle ear function to:
The receptors for sound reception and equilibrium are located in the
The blind spot on the retina is:
The pharyngotympanic tube
When focusing on a distant object, the lens is:
Seventy percent of the sensory receptors in the body involved with:
Pink eye is caused by an inflammation of the ______.
Strabismus is caused by:
Ninety-nine percent of refractive problems in the eye are related to the
Retinitis pigmentosa is a disease of the _____.
_______ are one of the few types of neurons that can replace themselves in adult life
The bleaching of the pigment refers to the:
Which adaptation does NOT take place when one moves from a well-lit room to a dark room?
Which of the following would NOT be found in the outer ear?
The only special sense not fully functional at birth is _______
Which of the following neurotransmitters is involved with hearing in the inner ear?
true or False Taste sensation is heavily dependent on olfactory receptors.
true or False Olfactory adaptation means that the olfactory receptors become more sensitive to the presence of an odor.
true or False When the eyeballs rotate down, the inferior oblique muscle contracts.
true or False The size of the pupil is dependent on the contraction of the muscles of the iris.
true or False The rods of the retina operate in bright light and provide high-acuity vision.
true or False The area of the retina with the highest vision is called the optic disc.
true or False The posterior segment of the eyeball is filled with clear gel, called the aqueous humor.
true or False The malleus in the middle ear is attached to the tympanic membrane on one end and to the oval window on the other end.
true or False Sounds of low frequency cause the vibration of the basilar membrane closer to the oval window. Sounds of higher frequencies vibrate the oval window further away from the oval window.
true or False The cornea is part of the vascular tunic.
true or False Impulses from the olfactory epithelium are sent to the brain via cranial nerve II.
true or False Cranial nerve V is one of the nerves that carry the sensation of taste.
true or False The auditory tube allows pressure equalization between the middle ear and the external environment.