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foreign particles enering eye are flushed by tears
tears are secreated by lacrimal gland
recepots for static equilibruim detectpull of gravity
sensory adaption to repetitious stimul involvesdrease impulse formation
distinctive flavor of food is enabled byboth olfactory and taste
heat and cold located inskin
optic nerves containneither cones/rods
type of sensation determined byarea of cerebrum recieiving impulse
otis media, pathogens usually enter tympanic cavity viaauditory tube
receptor for dynamic equilibrubrium iscrista ampullans
photoreceptor for color visioncones
portion of eye containing blood vessel and numerous melanocytes ischorocoid coat
receptors for dynamic balance located inampullae of semicircular canals
receptors for hearing are locatedcohchloea
eye protected by excessive light by theeyelash/eyebrow
air pressure on each side of tympanic membrane is equilized air moving thruauditory tube
free nerve endings serve as 2 types of receptors in skintouch/pain
membrane in contact with hairs of hair cells causing impulse formationtechtorial membrane
select impulse that is not primary taste sensationspicy
size of pupil is controlled by iris
fovea centrailis containscones only
receptors that are widely distributed in body tissue except the brain arepain receptors
portion of eye containing photoreceptors for vision is theretina
receptrors for dynamic balance detect themovement of endolymph
receptors that dont adapt rapidly arepain receptors
portion of eye composed of tough collagenous and elastic fibers is thesclera

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