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Jeopardy Eyeball Ear Smell & Taste Vision &Eye Accessories Disorders Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Eyeball The pupil is an opening within The ___________.
$100 Answer from Eyeball Iris
$200 Question from Eyeball The transparent central anterior Portion of the sclera through which Light enters the eye is called the______.
$200 Answer from Eyeball Cornea
$300 Question from Eyeball Tough, “white” connective tissue Forms this portion of the fibrous Layer of the eye.
$300 Answer from Eyeball Sclera
$400 Question from Eyeball The gel-like substance that reinforces The eyeball and prevents it from Collapsing inward is the:
$400 Answer from Eyeball Vitreous Humor
$500 Question from Eyeball Which layer of the eye contains Rods and cones?
$500 Answer from Eyeball Retina
$100 Question from Ear The Eardrum is also known as the:
$100 Answer from Ear Tympanic Membrane
$200 Question from Ear The auditory ossicle called the “anvil” is also known as the:
$200 Answer from Ear Incus
$300 Question from Ear Equilibrium receptors are located In the:
$300 Answer from Ear Inner Ear
$400 Question from Ear Dynamic Equilibrium receptors are found in the __________
$400 Answer from Ear Semicircular Canals
$500 Question from Ear Results in a hearing loss due to Wax build up or wearing ear plugs:
$500 Answer from Ear Conduction Deafness
$100 Question from Smell & Taste Which taste receptor is being used When you eat a lemon?
$100 Answer from Smell & Taste Sour
$200 Question from Smell & Taste Gustatory hairs are to taste as Olfactory hairs are to ________
$200 Answer from Smell & Taste Smell
$300 Question from Smell & Taste List the 5 tastes:
$300 Answer from Smell & Taste Sweet Sour Bitter Salty Umami
$400 Question from Smell & Taste At what age does one begin to Lose their sense of taste and smell?
$400 Answer from Smell & Taste 40 years old
$500 Question from Smell & Taste At what age do most people lose their sense of Smell and Taste completely?
$500 Answer from Smell & Taste 80 years old
$100 Question from Vision & Eye Accessories Gland that produces Tears
$100 Answer from Vision & Eye Accessories Lacrimal Gland
$200 Question from Vision & Eye Accessories Lacrimal glands are located ________ to the eyeball.
$200 Answer from Vision & Eye Accessories Laterally
$300 Question from Vision & Eye Accessories What 3 color receptors are found In the retina?
$300 Answer from Vision & Eye Accessories Red, Blue and Green
$400 Question from Vision & Eye Accessories The middle coat of the eyeball that contains pigment which prevents Light from scattering in the eyeball:
$400 Answer from Vision & Eye Accessories Choroid
$500 Question from Vision & Eye Accessories Which region of the retina contains Only cones and is the sharpest area Of visual acuity?
$500 Answer from Vision & Eye Accessories Fovea Centralis
$100 Question from Disorders Inability to see at night
$100 Answer from Disorders Night Blindness
$200 Question from Disorders Inflammation of the conjunctiva
$200 Answer from Disorders Conjunctivitis
$300 Question from Disorders Nearsightedness
$300 Answer from Disorders Myopia
$400 Question from Disorders Blurry images due to unequal Curvatures of the cornea or lens
$400 Answer from Disorders Astigmatism
$500 Question from Disorders Increased pressure within the eye
$500 Answer from Disorders Glaucoma
Final Jeopardy What percentage of all sensory receptors are used for vision alone?
Final Jeopardy Answer 70%
Chapter 15 - The Special Senses $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Eye Anatomy Eye Physiology Taste and Smell Ear Anatomy Ear Physiology.
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Chapter 8 Special Senses. The Senses Special senses Smell Taste SIGHT Hearing Equilibrium Lady website.
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Chapter 10 Review Mrs. Chirichella. This portion of the outer tunic is referred to as the “white of the eye”. sclera Know the location and function of.
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