Chapter 16 Sense Organs

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Chapter 16  Sense Organs

 

 

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  1. Transduction begins with an action potential in a sensory receptor.

    FALSE

  2. Sensory receptors sense only stimuli external to the body, such as light, sound waves, olfaction, and touch.

    FALSE

    Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms Level: 1. Remember Gradable: automatic

HAPS Objective: H06.01 Describe exteroceptors, interoceptors and proprioceptors in terms of the general location of each in the body and the origin of the stimuli that each receives. HAPS Topic: Module H06 Sensory receptors Learning Outcome: 16.01a Define receptor and sense organ. Section: 16.01 Topic: Introduction to sensory receptors

  1. Most somesthetic signals in the right side of the body reach the cerebral cortex in the contralateral primary somesthetic area.

    TRUE

    Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms Level: 2. Understand Gradable: automatic HAPS Objective: H06.04 Describe the relationship between unipolar neurons and receptors for general senses. HAPS Topic: Module H06 Sensory receptors Learning Outcome: 16.02b Describe the projection pathways for the general senses. Section: 16.02 Topic: Introduction to sensory receptors

  2. Fast pain is a localized response mediated by myelinated nerve fibers.

    TRUE

    Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms Level: 1. Remember Gradable: automatic HAPS Objective: H06.02 Describe each of the following types of receptors, indicating what sensation it detects and giving an example of where it can be found in the body: pain receptors (nociceptors), temperature receptors, mechanoreceptors (including proprioceptors and barorceptors/pressoreceptors), chemoreceptors, and photoreceptors. HAPS Topic: Module H06 Sensory receptors

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Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms Level: 2. Understand Gradable: automatic HAPS Objective: H06.03 Explain the generator potential that occurs when receptors for general senses are stimulated. HAPS Topic: Module H06 Sensory receptors Learning Outcome: 16.01a Define receptor and sense organ. Section: 16.01 Topic: Introduction to sensory receptors

Learning Outcome: 16.02c Explain the mechanisms of pain and the spinal blocking of pain signals. Section: 16.02 Topic: Introduction to sensory receptors

  1. Divergent sensory pathways explain the phenomenon of referred pain.

    FALSE

    Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms Level: 1. Remember Gradable: automatic HAPS Objective: H06.02 Describe each of the following types of receptors, indicating what sensation it detects and giving an example of where it can be found in the body: pain receptors (nociceptors), temperature receptors, mechanoreceptors (including proprioceptors and barorceptors/pressoreceptors), chemoreceptors, and photoreceptors. HAPS Topic: Module H06 Sensory receptors Learning Outcome: 16.02c Explain the mechanisms of pain and the spinal blocking of pain signals. Section: 16.02 Topic: Introduction to sensory receptors

  2. Olfaction results from the stimulation of chemoreceptors.

    TRUE

    Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms Level: 1. Remember Gradable: automatic HAPS Objective: I03.02 Explain how odorants activate olfactory receptors. HAPS Topic: Module I03 Olfactory receptors and their role in smell. Learning Outcome: 16.03a Explain how taste and smell receptors are stimulated. Section: 16.03 Topic: Olfactory receptors and their role in smell

  3. Gustatory signals travel from the tongue through the facial and glossopharyngeal nerves.

    TRUE

  4. The ossicles belong to the middle ear.

    TRUE

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms Level: 1. Remember Gradable: automatic HAPS Objective: I04.03 Describe the path of nerve impulses from the gustatory receptors to various parts of the brain. HAPS Topic: Module I04 Gustatory receptors and their role in taste. Learning Outcome: 16.03a Explain how taste and smell receptors are stimulated. Section: 16.03 Topic: Gustatory receptors and their role in taste

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms Level: 1. Remember Gradable: automatic HAPS Objective: I05.01 Identify the hearing structures of the outer, middle and inner ear. HAPS Topic: Module I05 General gross and microscopic anatomy of the hearing and accessory structures of the ear. Learning Outcome: 16.04b Describe the gross and microscopic anatomy of the ear. Section: 16.04 Topic: Gross anatomy of the ear

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