tough, non-elastic cords that connect muscles to other structures
more elastic than tendons; connect bones to other structures
fibrous tissue in membranous sheets
flexible; able to withstand extreme forces of compression
covers the articular surfaces of joints & the framework for the lower respiratory tract
rubbery; found in the ear, EAM, epiglottis, Eustachian Tubes & parts of the larynx
forms inter-vertebral discs of the spinal column
slightly movable or yielding joints
freely movable joints
the source & processor
the power source
the sound source
Articulatory & resonatory systems
The 16-20 rings of the trachea are made of what?
What covers the trachea?
What vertebrae bears the weight of the skull?
What forms a joint that allows the skull to rotate?
How many pairs of True ribs are there?
How many pairs of False ribs are there?
What does the larynx largely function as?
What laryngeal joint is important for abduction and adduction?
What laryngeal joint is helps tense the vocal folds?
Where do the two halves of the mandible meet?
What is the major muscle of laughing?
What is the most powerful jaw muscle?
What side of the brain controls speech planning, calculation, and analytical thought?
What side of the brain controls nonverbal language and emotions?
What lobe controls memory and thought process?
What lobe houses the sensory strip?
What lobe is responsible for auditory processing?
Which lobe is in control of vision?
What regulates temperature and need for food and water?
Which cranial nerve is in charge of smell?
Which cranial nerve controls mastication?
Which cranial nerve serves the heart, throat, and respiratory system?
Which cranial nerve controls the tongue muscles?
Which part of the ear collects, directs, and localizes sound?
What part of the ear changes acoustic energy to mechanical energy?
What part of the ear changes energy to fluid?
External Auditory Meatus
What is another name for the ear canal?
In what shape is the Tympanic Membrane?
What color/shade is the Tympanic Membrane?
In a healthy ear, you can always identify the manubrium and the _______.
The eardrum has __#__ of tissue layers.
Malleus, Incus, Stapes
The ossicles consist of ____, ____, and ____.
What allows fresh air to enter the middle ear space?
What houses the Organ of Corti?