Special Senses

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The Special Senses
Olfaction
Taste
Visual
System
Hearing and
Balance
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FINAL ROUND
Olfaction:
$100 Question
Olfactory nerves pass from the olfactory
epithelium to the olfactory bulbs through
this:
a. external auditory meatus
b. cribriform plate
c. nasolacrimal duct
d. mastoid sinus
e. olfactory tract
ANSWER
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Olfaction:
$100 Answer
Olfactory nerves pass from the olfactory
epithelium to the olfactory bulbs through
this:
a. external auditory meatus
b. cribriform plate
c. nasolacrimal duct
d. mastoid sinus
e. olfactory tract
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Olfaction:
$200 Question
This is not considered one of the seven
primary odors:
a. floral
b. minty
c. sweet
d. putrid
e. musky
ANSWER
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Olfaction:
$200 Answer
This is not considered one of the seven
primary odors:
a. floral
b. minty
c. sweet
d. putrid
e. musky
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Olfaction:
$300 Question
This is responsible for visceral and
emotional reactions to odors and has
connections to the limbic system:
a. intermediate olfactory area
b. lateral olfactory area
c. medial olfactory area
d. olfactory bulb
ANSWER
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Olfaction:
$300 Answer
This is responsible for visceral and
emotional reactions to odors and has
connections to the limbic system:
a. intermediate olfactory area
b. lateral olfactory area
c. medial olfactory area
d. olfactory bulb
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Olfaction:
$400 Question
These cells proliferate to replace lost
olfactory cells:
a. basal cells
b. mitral cells
c. olfactory hairs
d. tufted cells
ANSWER
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Olfaction:
$400 Answer
These cells proliferate to replace lost
olfactory cells:
a. basal cells
b. mitral cells
c. olfactory hairs
d. tufted cells
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Olfaction:
$500 Question
Sally walks into her anatomy lab and immediately
notices a strong odor. After a few minutes however,
she realizes that the smell is hardly noticeable
anymore. This it the best explanation:
a. receptors become saturated
b. olfactory bulb neurons inhibit mitral (tufted)
cells
c. neurons in the intermediate olfactory area
can inhibit further action potentials
ANSWER
d. all of these
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Olfaction:
$500 Answer
Sally walks into her anatomy lab and immediately
notices a strong odor. After a few minutes however,
she realizes that the smell is hardly noticeable
anymore. This it the best explanation:
a. receptors become saturated
b. olfactory bulb neurons inhibit mitral (tufted)
cells
c. neurons in the intermediate olfactory area
can inhibit further action potentials
d. all of these
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Taste:
$100 Question
These papillae provide a rough surface on
the tongue allowing it to manipulate food
more easily:
a. vallate
b. fungiform
c. foliate
d. filiform
ANSWER
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Taste:
$100 Answer
These papillae provide a rough surface on
the tongue allowing it to manipulate food
more easily:
a. vallate
b. fungiform
c. foliate
d. filiform
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Taste:
$200 Question
Taste (gustatory) cells have an average
life span of about two months.
True/False
ANSWER
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Taste:
$200 Answer
Taste (gustatory) cells have an average
life span of about two months.
True/False
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Taste:
$300 Question
Taste from different regions of the tongue
are carried by these cranial nerves except:
a. facial (VII)
b. glossopharyngeal (IX)
c. vagus (X)
d. hypoglossal (XII)
ANSWER
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Taste:
$300 Answer
Taste from different regions of the tongue
are carried by these cranial nerves except:
a. facial (VII)
b. glossopharyngeal (IX)
c. vagus (X)
d. hypoglossal (XII)
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Taste:
$400 Question
This taste sensation is the most sensitive:
a. bitter
b. salty
c. sweet
d. umami
ANSWER
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Taste:
$400 Answer
This taste sensation is the most sensitive:
a. bitter
b. salty
c. sweet
d. umami
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Taste:
$500 Question
Umami (savory) tastes result in
depolarization of cells by this mechanism:
a. Na+ diffuses through Na+
channels of gustatory hairs
b. diffusion of H+ into the cell through
H+ channels
c. amino acids bind to receptors on
gustatory hairs
ANSWER
d. a and b
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Taste:
$500 Answer
Umami (savory) tastes result in
depolarization of cells by this mechanism:
a. Na+ diffuses through Na+
channels of gustatory hairs
b. diffusion of H+ into the cell through
H+ channels
c. amino acids bind to receptors on
gustatory hairs
d. a and b
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Visual System:
$100 Question
The colored (blue, brown, green) portion of
the eye, as seen in an anterior view, is
this:
a. choroid
b. ciliary
c. body
d. cornea
e. iris
ANSWER
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Visual System:
$100 Answer
The colored (blue, brown, green) portion of
the eye, as seen in an anterior view, is
this:
a. choroid
b. ciliary
c. body
d. cornea
e. iris
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Visual System:
$200 Question
Given these structures:
1. lacrimal canaliculi
2. lacrimal ducts
3. lacrimal sac
4. nasolacrimal duct
5. puncta
List the structures in the correct order that
tears would flow through them after being
produced in the lacrimal gland.
a. 1,2,3,4,5
c. 2,5,1,3,4
ANSWER
b. 3,1,4,2,5
d. 4,5,1,2,3
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Visual System:
$200 Answer
Given these structures:
1. lacrimal canaliculi
2. lacrimal ducts
3. lacrimal sac
4. nasolacrimal duct
5. puncta
List the structures in the correct order that
tears would flow through them after being
produced in the lacrimal gland.
a. 1,2,3,4,5
c. 2,5,1,3,4
b. 3,1,4,2,5
d. 4,5,1,2,3
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Visual System:
$300 Question
This statement about aqueous humor is true:
a. is found in the anterior
compartment of the eye
b. is produced by the ciliary processes
c. helps maintain intraocular pressure
d. provides nutrition for the cornea
and lens
e. all of these
ANSWER
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Visual System:
$300 Answer
This statement about aqueous humor is
true:
a. is found in the anterior
compartment of the eye
b. is produced by the ciliary processes
c. helps maintain intraocular pressure
d. provides nutrition for the cornea
and lens
e. all of these
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Visual System:
$400 Question
Axons in the optic nerve from the right eye
travel here:
a. all to the right occipital lobe
b. all to the left occipital lobe
c. all to the thalamus
d. most to the thalamus, some to the
superior colliculus
e. some to right occipital lobe and left
ANSWER
occipital lobe
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Visual System:
$400 Answer
Axons in the optic nerve from the right eye
travel here:
a. all to the right occipital lobe
b. all to the left occipital lobe
c. all to the thalamus
d. most to the thalamus, some to the
superior colliculus
e. some to right occipital lobe and left
occipital lobe
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Visual System:
$500 Question
A person with an abnormally short eyeball
(anterior to posterior) is _____________
and uses this kind of lens to correct his or
her vision:
a. nearsighted, concave lens
b. nearsighted, convex lens
c. farsighted, concave lens
d. farsighted, convex lens
ANSWER
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Visual System:
$500 Answer
A person with an abnormally short eyeball
(anterior to posterior) is _____________
and uses this kind of lens to correct his or
her vision:
a. nearsighted, concave lens
b. nearsighted, convex lens
c. farsighted, concave lens
d. farsighted, convex lens
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Hearing and Balance:
$100 Question
These structures are all part of the
external ear except:
a. auricle (pinna)
b. external acoustic meatus (external
auditory canal)
c. auditory (eustachian) tube
d. eardrum (tympanic membrane)
ANSWER
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Hearing and Balance:
$100 Answer
These structures are all part of the
external ear except:
a. auricle (pinna)
b. external acoustic meatus (external
auditory canal)
c. auditory (eustachian) tube
d. eardrum (tympanic membrane)
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Hearing and Balance:
$200 Question
The spiral organ (organ of Corti) is found
within this:
a. scala media (cochlear duct)
b. scala vestibuli (vestibular duct)
c. scala tympani (tympanic duct)
d. vestibule
e. semicircular canals
ANSWER
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Hearing and Balance:
$200 Answer
The spiral organ (organ of Corti) is found
within this:
a. scala media (cochlear duct)
b. scala vestibuli (vestibular duct)
c. scala tympani (tympanic duct)
d. vestibule
e. semicircular canals
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Hearing and Balance:
$300 Question
A higher pitch of a sound is a result of an
increase in the _____________ of the
sound wave.
a. frequency
b. amplitude
c. resonance
d. both a and b
ANSWER
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Hearing and Balance:
$300 Answer
A higher pitch of a sound is a result of an
increase in the _____________ of the
sound wave.
a. frequency
b. amplitude
c. resonance
d. both a and b
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Hearing and Balance:
$400 Question
Damage to sensory structures in the
semicircular canals primarily affects the
ability to detect this:
a. linear acceleration
b. movement of the head in all
directions
c. the position of the head relative to
the ground
ANSWER
d. the position of the limbs
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Hearing and Balance:
$400 Answer
Damage to sensory structures in the
semicircular canals primarily affects the
ability to detect this:
a. linear acceleration
b. movement of the head in all
directions
c. the position of the head relative to
the ground
d. the position of the limbs
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Hearing and Balance:
$500 Question
Given these parts of the inner ear:
1. oval window
2. round window
3. scala tympani
4. scala vestibuli
5. helicotrema
This is the correct order in which vibrations travel
through the cochlea when the stapes is vibrated.
a. 1,2,3,4,5
c. 2,4,5,3,1
ANSWER
b. 1,4,5,3,2
d. 3,2,4,5,1
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Hearing and Balance:
$500 Answer
Given these parts of the inner ear:
1. oval window
2. round window
3. scala tympani
4. scala vestibuli
5. helicotrema
This is the correct order in which vibrations
travel through the cochlea when the stapes is
vibrated.
a. 1,2,3,4,5
c. 2,4,5,3,1
b. 1,4,5,3,2
d. 3,2,4,5,1
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Grab Bag:
$100 Question
The lens normally focuses light onto this:
a. optic disc
b. iris
c. macula lutea
d. cornea
e. pupil
ANSWER
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Grab Bag:
$100 Answer
The lens normally focuses light onto this:
a. optic disc
b. iris
c. macula lutea
d. cornea
e. pupil
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Grab Bag:
$200 Question
Given these ear bones (ossicles):
1. incus
2. malleus
3. stapes
This is the correct order of the ear bones
(ossicles) from the tympanic membrane to
the inner ear.
a. 1,2,3
b. 1,3,2
c. 2,1,3
d. 2,3,1
ANSWER
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Grab Bag:
$200 Answer
Given these ear bones (ossicles):
1. incus
2. malleus
3. stapes
This is the correct order of the ear bones
(ossicles) from the tympanic membrane to
the inner ear.
a. 1,2,3
c. 2,1,3
b. 1,3,2
d. 2,3,1
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Grab Bag:
$300 Question
The following occurs during dark
adaptation except:
a. rod function increases
b. cone function decreases
c. pupils dilate
d. break down of rhodopsin
ANSWER
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Grab Bag:
$300 Answer
The following occurs during dark
adaptation except:
a. rod function increases
b. cone function decreases
c. pupils dilate
d. break down of rhodopsin
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Grab Bag:
$400 Question
Movement of otoliths located in the
macula, is translated by the brain into
specific information about head position
and acceleration.
True/False
ANSWER
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Grab Bag:
$400 Answer
Movement of otoliths located in the
macula, is translated by the brain into
specific information about head position
and acceleration.
True/False
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Grab Bag:
$500 Question
This best describes the relationship between
olfaction and gustation:
a. gustatory hairs can also detect odorants
b. olfactory hairs can also detect tastants
c. olfactory sensations provide information
about a substance that may be thought
of as taste
d. there is no relationship between the
olfactory and gustatory senses
ANSWER
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Grab Bag:
$500 Answer
This best describes the relationship between
olfaction and gustation:
a. gustatory hairs can also detect odorants
b. olfactory hairs can also detect tastants
c. olfactory sensations provide information
about a substance that may be thought
of as taste
d. there is no relationship between the
olfactory and gustatory senses
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FINAL ROUND Question
The following statements about corneal
transplants are true except:
a. easily accessible
b. less immunologically active
c. requires extensive circulation to the
cornea
d. one of the first organs to be
transplanted
ANSWER
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FINAL ROUND Answer
The following statements about corneal
transplants are true except:
a. easily accessible
b. less immunologically active
c. requires extensive circulation to the
cornea
d. one of the first organs to be
transplanted
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