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1 The Special Senses $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Olfaction FINAL ROUND Taste Visual System Hearing and Balance Grab Bag

2 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

3 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 BACK TO GAME

4 Olfaction: $200 Question This is not considered one of the seven primary odors: a. floral b. minty c. sweet d. putrid e. musky BACK TO GAME ANSWER

5 Olfaction: $200 Answer This is not considered one of the seven primary odors: a. floral b. minty c. sweet d. putrid e. musky BACK TO GAME

6 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

7 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 BACK TO GAME

8 Olfaction: $400 Question These cells proliferate to replace lost olfactory cells: a. basal cells b. mitral cells c. olfactory hairs d. tufted cells BACK TO GAME ANSWER

9 Olfaction: $400 Answer These cells proliferate to replace lost olfactory cells: a. basal cells b. mitral cells c. olfactory hairs d. tufted cells BACK TO GAME

10 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 d. all of these BACK TO GAME ANSWER

11 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 BACK TO GAME

12 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

13 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 BACK TO GAME

14 Taste: $200 Question Taste (gustatory) cells have an average life span of about two months. True/False BACK TO GAME ANSWER

15 Taste: $200 Answer Taste (gustatory) cells have an average life span of about two months. True/False BACK TO GAME

16 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) BACK TO GAME ANSWER

17 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) BACK TO GAME

18 Taste: $400 Question This taste sensation is the most sensitive: a. bitter b. salty c. sweet d. umami BACK TO GAME ANSWER

19 Taste: $400 Answer This taste sensation is the most sensitive: a. bitter b. salty c. sweet d. umami BACK TO GAME

20 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 d. a and b BACK TO GAME ANSWER

21 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 BACK TO GAME

22 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

23 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 BACK TO GAME

24 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 b. 3,1,4,2,5 d. 4,5,1,2,3 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

25 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 BACK TO GAME

26 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

27 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 BACK TO GAME

28 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 occipital lobe BACK TO GAME ANSWER

29 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 BACK TO GAME

30 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

31 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 BACK TO GAME

32 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) BACK TO GAME ANSWER

33 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) BACK TO GAME

34 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

35 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 BACK TO GAME

36 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

37 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 BACK TO GAME

38 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 d. the position of the limbs BACK TO GAME ANSWER

39 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 BACK TO GAME

40 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 b. 1,4,5,3,2 d. 3,2,4,5,1 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

41 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 BACK TO GAME

42 Grab Bag: $100 Question The lens normally focuses light onto this: a. optic disc b. iris c. macula lutea d. cornea e. pupil BACK TO GAME ANSWER

43 Grab Bag: $100 Answer The lens normally focuses light onto this: a. optic disc b. iris c. macula lutea d. cornea e. pupil BACK TO GAME

44 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 c. 2,1,3 b. 1,3,2 d. 2,3,1 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

45 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 BACK TO GAME

46 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

47 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 BACK TO GAME

48 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

49 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 BACK TO GAME

50 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

51 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 BACK TO GAME

52 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

53 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 BACK TO GAME


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