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Figure 49.9 Structure of the vertebrate eye Figure 49.17 Structure and function of the human ear Integumentary System Skin is largest organ in body If damaged, ... internal scaffolding In Chordates, ...
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... Filter out foreign matter prevent it from getting into eye http://www.medical-look.com/human ... flexible structure ... retina & sclera Mostly made up of blood vessels Helps nourish the retina by carrying the blood supply to the eye’s internal structures http://www ...
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... MIDDLE AND THE INTERNAL EAR PINNA External Ear Auricle ... MASTOID PROCESS Is located just behind the external auditory meatus is a bony structure protruding downwards with the ... this level is barely audible to a human with “perfect hearing.” ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE ...
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Internal structure of the eye. ciliary body. retina. choroid. yellow spot. blind spot. sclera. vitreous humour. lens. suspensory ligament. iris. aqueous humour. pupil
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HUMAN ANATOMY Kathryn Watson, MD ... internal structure of cells Histology: ... Oto- ear. Otosclerosis is the formation of bone in the ear.Otomycosis-fungal infection in ear Patho- disease. Pathogens are agents which cause disease. Peps- digestion. Pepsin ...
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Although research is needed to address the overall effects of noise on the human body, ... The delicate structure and function of the ear make early detection and accurate diagnosis of disorders necessary for preservation of normal ... In the internal auditory canal, the cochlear (acoustic ...
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... ear, diaphragm, visceral organs in ventral cavity Motor to palatal ... Human Anatomy & Physiology I Author: Monroe ... Cord Structure Protection and Coverings Spinal Meninges Figure 10.1 Gross Anatomy Of Spinal Cord Figure 10.2 Internal Structure Of Spinal Cord Internal ...
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... can learn to speak © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc. © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc. © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Human Anatomy & Physiology Ninth ... Education, Inc. Figure 15.24a Structure of the ear. External ear ... Two Major Divisions of Internal Ear Bony labyrinth ...
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The study of internal and external structure and the physical relationships between body parts. ... Structure: 206 bones of the human body. Function: ... ear. Palmar: palm of hand. Patellar: Kneecap. Pedal: Foot.
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... e.g. hair cells in inner ear Receptor Mechanisms Mechanoreceptors- cell deformation, ... filiform- touch receptors only Figure 12.4a Figure 12.4b Structure of Taste Bud Epithelial cells: ... Human Anatomy & Physiology I Author: Monroe Community College Last modified by: ljones
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Human Anatomy and Physiology ... ORAL AND DIGESTIVE Nasal Orbital MIDDLE EAR * *****A disturbance of internal balance is called_____-Source of disease,disorder,death Homeostatic Imbalance Directional terms- allow medical personal to describe exactly where one structure is in relationship to ...
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... also known as an internal skeletal system, consists of rigid (or semi rigid) structures, ... For example, the human ear, nose, and ribs all consist of cartilage. Hydrostatic Skeleton Hydrostatic skeletons are similar to a water-filled balloon. Located internally in cnidarians, ...
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The Human Body: Anatomical Regions, Directions, ... gross anatomy of the body studied by system Surface – study of internal structures as they relate to the overlying skin Microscopic Anatomy Cytology ... house the eyes Middle ear ...
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... Anterior placement of eyes results in greater depth perception or three-dimensional vision Hearing and balance Structure of the ear Outer (External) ear. Auricle ... Human Anatomy & Physiology Author: ... (Internal) ear Vestibule Semicircular canals. anterior, posterior ...
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... Comparing Frog & Human Frog Part Function Eye with membrane Sight Ear Hearing Webbed Feet Swimming Teeth ... Internal Anatomy – Structure & Function Heart Liver Fat Bodies ... Examining the Mouth Area External Anatomy – Comparing Frog & Human Internal Anatomy – Making the Cuts ...
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Human speech also has periodic AM flatounet.net Primary Auditory Cortex Axons leaving MGN project to auditory cortex via internal capsule in an array Structure ... of Sound The Nature of Sound The Structure of the Auditory System The Structure of the Auditory System The Middle Ear ...
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... Triceps Triceps Extensor muscle Extensor muscle Flexor muscle Flexor muscle Key Contracting muscle Relaxing muscle Human forearm (internal skeleton) Grasshopper ... The Structure of the Human Ear * Figure 50.10 Exploring: The Structure of the Human Ear * Figure 50.11 Sensory reception by ...
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... Assist with balance of individual Collect sounds and relay them to the brain Outer ear Structure: ... The Organs of the Senses and the Common Integument. 1d. 4. The Internal Ear or Labyrinth ... Anatomy of the Human Body." X. The Organs of the Senses and the Common Integument. 1d. 4. The ...
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Functions of the Nervous System The nervous system collects information about the body’s internal and external ... Much of what we commonly call the “taste” of food and drink is actually smell Exploring the structure of the human ear Vertebrate Eye Hollow spherical structure diameter ...
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... wings and bird wings are analogous because they have the same function and appearance even though they have a different internal structure and develop ... human appendix, whale femur, coccyx ear muscles, wisdom ... The amino acid sequence in human hemoglobin and gorilla ...
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... Time masking Frequency masking Cochlea Internal ear Structure of human ear, divided in external ear, medium ear and internal ear The sensitivity of the human hearing system is lower at medium-low frequencies and at very high frequencies.
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... Route of sound waves through the ear, p. 590. Fluids in cochlear canals Upper and middle Internal ear External ear Pinna External ... of rarefaction Wavelength Air pressure Human Anatomy ... PowerPoint Presentation Figure 15.4a: Internal structure of the eye ...
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... part of an ear or a piece of scalp quickly warm to Hirudo medicinalis when educated about its ... Still, we believe "Hippocrates," Aristotle, and Galen, among others, only dissected animal bodies, not human. So man's internal structure was known primarily through analogy with animals ...
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The Human Body: An Orientation Chapter 1 6/4/2007 Definitions Anatomy - The study of the structure of body parts and their relationships to one another. It is ... The middle ear cavity which runs from the eardrum to the pharynx Body Cavities Body cavities Dorsal body cavity is divided into ...
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... (10th) Cranial Nerve 72 – 80 beats per minute resting Heart Structure Four (4) chambers and ... eyelids, forehead, nose and internal ear External carotid artery Supplies blood to the anterior parts of ... Anatomy The study of the structures of the human body that can be seen with the ...
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... (ie hairs) & internal structures (ie cytoskeleton) Bending/stretching plasma membrane changes permeability to sodium & potassium ions. ... Sound in Humans: Structure of Human Ear. Outer ear. Pinna. Tympanic membrane. Middle ear. Malleus, incus, stapes. Oval window. Eustachian tube.
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Organization of the Human Body Body Systems Body Cavities Anatomy – the structure of what makes up the body Physiology ... stapedius connects stapes in sensitive middle ear Strongest – masseter in jaw E. Organism Example BODY CAVITIES I. Dorsal (back) A. Cranial B. Spinal II. Ventral (front ...
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... The study of the structure of body parts and their ... the living organism Organ Systems The 11 human organ systems Integumentary, skeletal ... The middle ear cavity which runs from the eardrum to the pharynx Body Cavities Body cavities Dorsal body cavity is ...
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... tube Tympanic membrane External ear Middle ear Internal ear (labyrinth) External Ear The auricle (pinna) is ... Chemical Senses Sense of Smell Slide 4 Slide 5 Olfactory Pathway Slide 7 Sense of Taste Slide 9 Slide 10 Structure of a Taste Bud Slide 12 Taste Sensations ...
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... reticular fibers in a typical loose ground substance; reticular cells lie on the network. Function: Fibers form a soft internal ... structure while allowing great flexibility. Location: Supports the external ear (pinna); epiglottis. Photomicrograph: Elastic cartilage from the human ear ...
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... nerve impulses Generalized Sensory Pathway Impulses are conducted to sensory areas of the cerebral cortex Sensing the Internal Environment Neurons send ... sonar Human Hearing Human ear has three parts Inner ear ... Human Eye Structure of the Human Eye Outer ...
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Ear & Eye Anatomy Eye and Ear ... Be able to identify and name the human and/or cat skeletal muscles ... and Ear The Ear The Middle Ear The Inner Ear The External Eye The External Eye The Extrinsic Muscles of the Eye Internal Structure of the Eye Structure of the Eye The Retina as Seen Though ...
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... to the knife. Still, we believe "Hippocrates," Aristotle, and Galen, among others, only dissected animal bodies, not human. So man's internal structure was known ... creating a system that explained not just the structure of the human body ... part of an ear or a piece of scalp quickly ...
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... 2010, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Cranial Nerves Vagus: mixed (the major parasympathetic nerve) Sensory from pharynx, ear ... Human Anatomy ... Meninges and Spaces Gross Anatomy of Spinal Cord Gross Anatomy of Spinal Cord Internal Structure of Spinal Cord Internal Structure of Spinal ...
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The parasympathetic division controls the internal environment during routine conditions. For example, ... Structure of the Ear Parts of the Human Ear Human Hearing Hearing and Balance, continued The ear also helps maintain balance.
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... and some salivary glands Vestibulocochlear: special sensory—ear Copyright 2010, John Wiley & Sons ... - the largest nerve of the human body! - travels through the ... Copyright 2010, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Internal Structure of Spinal Cord Gray matter forms “H” (or ...
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... Internal communication • Brain, spinal cord, and nerves Muscle tissue: Contracts to cause ... The serosae associated with the heart. Figure 4.5 Compound duct structure ... Location: Supports the external ear (pinna); epiglottis. Photomicrograph: Elastic cartilage from the human ear ...
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... (Internal) Ear Inner ear ... located within bony ampulla Houses a structure called a crista ampullaris Cristae contain receptor cells of rotational acceleration Epithelium contains supporting cells and receptor hair ... University of Alabama, Birmingham HUMAN ANATOMY fifth edition ...
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... parts * The CEREBRUM the largest portion of the human brain (80% of ... region of cerebrum * Cerebrum, continued Internal structure- 3 hollow bulges- "ventricles" filled with Cerebrospinal Fluid ... * The Ear Anatomy of the Ear animation 1. Human ear has three divisions: an ...
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Human Anatomy The Human Body: ... Peritoneal Figure 1.11 Other Cavities Oral, Nasal, Orbital, Middle ear, and Synovial (joint) cavities Abdominopelvic Regions and Quadrants To facilitate its study, ... abnormality of structure and/or function Disease: ...
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... is a branch of biology and medicine that is the consideration of the structure of living things ... Example the Human Ear – a ... and later by Walter B. Cannon in (1929 + 1932) is the property of a system, either open or closed, that regulates its internal environment and tends to ...
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... Anatomy Study of the structure of living organisms surface anatomy gross anatomy embryology cytology ... internal support and flexible framework for body movement Muscular system ... Times New Roman Monotype Sorts Arial Tahoma Wingdings Blends ClipArt Human Anatomy ...
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Human Anatomy, First Edition McKinley & O'Loughlin Chapter 19 ... Monitor both external and internal environmental conditions and conduct information about those stimuli to the ... Hearing and Equilibrium Hearing and Equilibrium The external ear is located mostly on the outside of ...
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... ventrals Laterals- external oblique, internal oblique, ... and abducens Extrinsic Eye Muscles Diaphragm Mammalian muscle structure Covers lungs and heart in abdominal cavity Dermal or ... (higher mammals) Patagial muscles- bat wings Auricularis- moves human ear Caninus muscle ...
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Human Anatomy, First Edition McKinley & O ... the study of joints Point of movement (fulcrum) Endoskeleton: internal skeleton endo- = inside Versus exoskeleton Skeletal System Composed of dynamic living tissues Osseous tissue ... pubic symphysis Elastic cartilage Has elastic fibers Ear, ...
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* Figure 12.9 Structure of the human ear. * Figure 12.10 Structure and function of the cochlea. ... * Figure 12.4 Locations of referred pain from various internal organs. * Figure 12.5 The structure of the receptors for taste.
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... reticular fibers in a typical loose ground substance; reticular cells lie on the network. Function: Fibers form a soft internal ... a structure while allowing great flexibility. Location: Supports the external ear (pinna); epiglottis. Photomicrograph: Elastic cartilage from the human ear ...
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... while painful sounds are those that rise above 140 decibels. Besides loudness, the human ear can detect a ... is a common result of injury to the ear cartilage followed by internal bleeding and excessive ... Structure of the Human Ear Like the ears of other mammals, the human ear ...
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... and Paradiso Copyright © 2007 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Introduction Nervous System The structure of the ... Innervates internal organs, blood ... Tectum Superior colliculus (receives sensory info from eye), inferior colliculus (receives sensory info from ear ...
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Human Anatomy An Introduction to ... (middle ear cavity) Vertebrae (b) (a) (c) ... quadrant Left lower quadrant Abdominal Quadrants Nine Abdominal Regions Divided into 9 regions to describe location of internal organs Organs in Abdominal Regions R. Hypochondriac - right, upper 1/3; gallbladder, ...
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