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Module Nine: LUOA Anatomy
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Check all that apply. What are the tastes that humans can recognize?
What is the scientific term for taste?
Where does umami flavor often originate from in processed foods?
Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
True or false. Old people can taste things just as well as a younger person can.
True or false. Each olfactory neuron is designed for one scent, and one scent only.
This is the scientific term for an inability to smell.
What percentage of taste is comprised of smell?
This is where odorants dissolve within the nostrils.
What is the scientific term for smell?
What is the scientific term for odor molecules?
What is the term for the little hangy-ball thing in the back of your throat?
What is the scientific term for the gums?
Check all that apply. These are all organs of the mouth.
Salivary gland ducts
What is the scientific term for chewing?
Check all that apply. What are alternative scientific terms for the mouth?
Where is the vestibule within the mouth?
The area between the cheeks and the teeth
This is what anchors the tongue to the floor of the mouth.
Check all that apply. What are the two general regions that are present on every tooth?
Check all that apply. What are the two broad regions within the mouth?
Oral cavity proper
What are the chief structures of the mouth.
This serves as the entrance to the respiratory tract
Check all that apply. These are all functions of the nose.
Provides an airway to the lungs
What's another name for a nasal concha?
This is another word for nostrils.
The purpose of the nasal conchae is...
To help inhaled air to circulate around the nasal cavity
This part of the nose separates the inside of it into two separate nasal cavities.
What are the tiny hair-like structures within the respiratory area of the nose called that move along mucus?
This bone of the face/skull forms the roof of the mouth/floor of the nose.
What is the main olfactory organ?
What is one way the nose can clean itself of foreign particles?
True or false. As humans age we lose flexibility within the lens.
This is the outermost layer of the eyeball.
This is the part of the eye that provides nutrients to the outer surface of the retina.
This is the blind spot of the eye.
This is the process by which the lens automatically focuses on near or far objects.
This is the transparent dome-shaped structure of the eye that assists the lens in focusing light.
This provides nutrients to the inner eye and helps to maintain the shape of the eye.
These change the lens shape for near and distant vision
Check all that apply. These are all characteristics of cones.
They register bright light
They enable daytime vision
They register color
This part of the eye presses the layers of the retina together
Check all that apply. These are all parts of the outer ear.
This is the part of the ear that helps with balance.
Check all that apply. These are all parts of the middle ear.
This is another name for the visible part of your ear.
This drains fluid away from the middle ear
This is another word for the ear drum
Volume of sound is measured in what?
This is the part of the ear that helps the brain interpret sound waves
Check all that apply. These are all parts of the inner ear.
How many different broad regions of the ear are there?
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