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outer layer of the wall of the eye "white of the eye" which preserves the shape of the eyeball and protects inner parts
middle layer of the wall of the eye; contains many blood vessels which results in a deep color that prevents reflecting of light inside the eye
the first ossicle; it touches the eardrum and transfers vibration from the eardrum to the anvil
canals in the inner ear which detect rotation of the head and are important in the maintenance of balance
bone, mineralized with a significant content of collagen fibers; lies between dentin and the periodontal membrane
control center for recognition and analysis of hunger, thirst, fatigue, anger and body temp.
back of skull; coordinates and balances actions of muscles so the body can move gracefully
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