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					                   Taste &
Vision   Hearing           Production
                    Smell

                                         Double
100 pt   100 pt    100 pt    100 pt
                                        Jeopardy

200 pt   200 pt    200 pt    200 pt


300 pt   300 pt    300 pt    300 pt


400 pt   400 pt    400 pt    400 pt


500 pt   500 pt    500 pt    500 pt
The reason why
a cornea can be
transplanted
What is
avascular?
The eye muscle
that depresses
the eye- to look
down
What is inferior
rectus?
The area on the
back of the
retina that has
the highest
visual acuity
What is macula
lutea or fovea
centralis
A person with
20/120 vision
What is myopic
or near sighted?
The region where
the optic nerve
originates and there
are no receptor cells
at this site
What is optic
disk or blind
spot?
Grains of
calcium
carbonate on
the maculae
What is otolith?
Sacs found within
the vestibule in
the inner ear
responsible for
static equilibrium
What is the
utricle and
saccule?
Structure in the
middle ear chamber
that produces
vibratory motion of
the eardrum to oval
window
What are the bony
ossicles (hammer
(mallus), anvil
(incus), stirup
(stapes))?
Involved in
equalizing the
middle ear
What is
Eustachian
tube?
The primary
auditory cortex
is located in this
lobe
What is
temporal?
Fungiform and
circumvallate
papillae
What are
gustatory
receptors (taste
buds)?
Nicotine,
quinine, and
caffeine elicit
this taste
What is bitter?
Loss of smell
may be cured
with this metallic
ion
What is zinc?
The brain region
associated with
emotional
response to
taste and smell
What is limbic
system or
hypothalamus?
The cranial nerve
associated with
the posterior 1/3
of the tongue
What is
glossophyrngeal?
Produces
aqueous humor
What are cilliary
bodies?
The membrane in
the organ of corti
that responds to
sound waves and
contains sensory
hairs.
What is the
basilar
membrane?
Wax secreting
glands in the
outer ear
What are
ceruminous
glands?
The enzyme
produced in the
lacrimal glands that
protects, moistens
and lubricates the
eye
What is
lysozyme?
The name for a
sebaceous gland in the
eyelid that secretes an
oil substance and
keeps the eyelid from
sticking to the eye
What are
meibomain
glands?
Double Jeopardy
The most common
cause of night
blindness
What is Vitamin
A deficiency?
o
 the walls of the
lungs and block
     the tubes
  What is it called
when your bronchial
tubes are inflamed?
Bronchitis
 What muscle is
involved with the
    hiccups?
Diaphragm
What is the defence
between breathing
 and respiration?
Breathing – Air in and out of the
             lungs
  Respiration occurs in all cells

Glucose + Oxygen  water + carbon dioxide + energy

				
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