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The three parts of the ear are...
outer ear, middle ear and inner ear.
The auditory pabillion and the auditory canal are in the...
outer ear.
The eardrum, the earbones: hammer, anvil and stirrup, and the Eustachian tube are in the...
middle ear.
The cochlea and the auditory nerve are in the...
inner ear.
In the ear we have the...
equilibrium.
The layers of the eye are...
sclera, choroid and retina.
The coloured part of the eye is the...
iris
The Iris ... and ...
opens, closes.
The small black hole that lets light into the eye is the...
pupil
The cornea covers and protects the ... and the ...
iris, pupil.
The transparent, oval-shaped structure that focuses light onto the retina is the...
lens.
The lens is behind the ... and the ...
iris, pupil.
The retina is made of ... tissue.
nervous.
In the retina there are two types of cells: the ... and the ...
cones, rods.
The rods detect the ... and ...
light, darkness
The cones detect the ...
colours.
The rods and cones send information to the...
optic nerve.
When we see, the image goes through the ..., iris, ..., lens, ... and optic nerve
cornea, pupil, retina.
In the eye, we have two liquids: ... humour and ... humour
aqueous, vitreous.
Smells are made of...
gases.
The air and the gases go into the ...
nasal passage.
The olfactory cells detect the gases and send nerve impulses to the ...
olfactory nerve.
The olfactory nerve sends the information to the...
brain.
In our tongue we have the...
tastebuds.
There are four basic flavours:
sweet, salty, bitter and sour.
The chemicals in the food mix with...
saliva.
The tastebuds detect the chemicals and send the information to the...
gustatory nerves.
The gustatory nerves send nerve impulses to the...
brain.
Our skin has three layers:
epidermis, dermis and hypodermis.
In the epidermis we have...
nerve endings.
In the dermis we have the...
corpuscles.
Nerve endings and corpuscles detect information about the...
object we touch.
Nerve endings and corpuscles produce...
nerve impulses.
The sensory nerves send the nerve impulses to the ... or to the ...
brain, spinal cord.
With our touch sense we can feel ..., cold, ..., roughness, ..., pain, etc
hot, softness, pressure
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