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Chapter 10: Sense Organs
Anterior chamber
Aqueous compartment
Aqueous humor
Bulbar conjunctiva
Portion of the aqueous compartment of the eye in front of the…
Compartment of the eye in front of the lens and ciliary body;…
Watery fluid that fills the aqueous compartment of the eye.
Transparent membrane that covers the front portion of the eye…
Anterior chamber
Portion of the aqueous compartment of the eye in front of the…
Aqueous compartment
Compartment of the eye in front of the lens and ciliary body;…
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Chapter 10 Sensory Organs
What is a sensory receptor?
What is a sense organ?
Sensation
What are the four types of sensory inf…
Any structure specialized to detect stimulus.
Nervous tissue... • with muscular, epithelial, or connective tis…
- Subjective awareness of stimulus... - Produced by sensory sign…
1. Type of stimulus... 2. Location of stimulus... 3. Intensity of s…
What is a sensory receptor?
Any structure specialized to detect stimulus.
What is a sense organ?
Nervous tissue... • with muscular, epithelial, or connective tis…
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Chapter 10 Organs
heart
atrioventricular valves
semilunar valves
right atrium
Muscular cone-shaped organ the size of a fist, located behind…
consist of the tricuspid and mitral valves, which lie between…
pulmonary and aortic valves located between the right ventric…
receives blood returning from the body through the veins and…
heart
Muscular cone-shaped organ the size of a fist, located behind…
atrioventricular valves
consist of the tricuspid and mitral valves, which lie between…
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Chapter 10.1 Levels of Organization
element
atom
compound
molecule
any substance that cannont be broken down into simpler substa…
the smallest unit of an element
a chemical combination of two elements
the smallest unit of a compound
element
any substance that cannont be broken down into simpler substa…
atom
the smallest unit of an element
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Anatomy Sense Organs Chapter 10
Define sensory receptors
Define general senses
True or false, the general senses keep…
Define visceral sensations
Specially modified nerve endings (dendrites) that generate ne…
visceral sensations, touch, temperature, pain and propriocept…
True - Because general senses receptors tend to be widespread…
Interior body sensations that are vague and poorly localized,…
Define sensory receptors
Specially modified nerve endings (dendrites) that generate ne…
Define general senses
visceral sensations, touch, temperature, pain and propriocept…
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Organic Chemistry Chapter 10
Organic Compound
How many valence electrons does Carbon…
What type of bonds does Carbon form?
Heteroatom
A compound that contains the element Carbon
4
Covalent bonds
Any atom that is not Carbon or Hydrogen
Organic Compound
A compound that contains the element Carbon
How many valence electrons does Carbon…
4
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Organic Chemistry Chapter 10
acid derivatives
alcohol
aldehyde
formaldehyde
compounds that are related to carboxylic acids but have other…
a compound in which a hydrogen atom of a hydrocarbon has been…
a carbonyl compound with one alkyl group and one hydrogen on…
has two hydrogens on the carbonyl group
acid derivatives
compounds that are related to carboxylic acids but have other…
alcohol
a compound in which a hydrogen atom of a hydrocarbon has been…
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Chapter 10 sense Organs
Accommodation
Ampulla
Analgesia
Anterior chamber
The focusing of the lens of the eye to allow close up and dis…
An enlargement in each semicircular canal that contains the r…
Decreased perception of pain.
The portion of the aqueous compartment of the eye in front of…
Accommodation
The focusing of the lens of the eye to allow close up and dis…
Ampulla
An enlargement in each semicircular canal that contains the r…
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Chapter 10 - Organs & Structures
cerebell/o
cerebr/o
dur/o
encephal/o
cerebellum
cerebrum
dura mater
brain
cerebell/o
cerebellum
cerebr/o
cerebrum
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Sense organs Chapter 10
Mechanical thermal electromagnetic che…
Touch hearing balance
Hot cold
Vision
General types of stimuli
Mechanical
Thermal
Electromagnetic
Mechanical thermal electromagnetic che…
General types of stimuli
Touch hearing balance
Mechanical
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Sense Organs Chapter 10
accommodation
ampulla
analgesia
anesthesia
the focusing of the lens of the eye to allow close-up and dis…
an enlargement in each semicircular canal that contains the r…
decreased perception of pain
complete loss of sensation
accommodation
the focusing of the lens of the eye to allow close-up and dis…
ampulla
an enlargement in each semicircular canal that contains the r…
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Chapter 10 - Sense Organs
____ are a category of sensory recepto…
___ are sensory receptors sensitive to…
___ are sensory receptors designed to…
___are sensory receptors designed to d…
Somatic Senses / General Senses
Chemoreceptors
Nociceptors Receptors
Thermoreceptors
____ are a category of sensory recepto…
Somatic Senses / General Senses
___ are sensory receptors sensitive to…
Chemoreceptors
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Chapter 10: Organization Culture
Organizational culture
Artifacts
Beliefs
Values
a system of shared meaning held by members that distinguishes…
aspects of an organization's culture that you see, hear, and…
the understandings of how objects & ideas relate to each other
the stable, long-lasting beliefs about what is important
Organizational culture
a system of shared meaning held by members that distinguishes…
Artifacts
aspects of an organization's culture that you see, hear, and…
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Chapter 10. Organs and structures
Dur/o
Encephal/o
Gil/o
Lept/o
Dura mater
Brain
Glial cells
Thin, slender
Dur/o
Dura mater
Encephal/o
Brain
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A&P II: Chapter 10 Sense Organs
General senses:
Sensory receptors:
4 types of stimulus to which sensory r…
Visceral sensations
Visceral sensations, touch, temperature, pain and propriocept…
Specially modified nerve endings (dendrites); when triggered…
Mechanical (touch, hearing, balance), thermal (hot / cold), e…
Hunger and thirst; hollow organ sensations (have stretch rece…
General senses:
Visceral sensations, touch, temperature, pain and propriocept…
Sensory receptors:
Specially modified nerve endings (dendrites); when triggered…
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organic chemistry chapter 10
Alkane
Alkene
Alkyne
Aromatic compound
R-H... CH3CH3
Alkane
R-H... CH3CH3
Alkene
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BIO 175 Chapter 10: The Sensory Organs
sensory receptor
sense organ
sensation
Type (modality) of Stimulus
any structure specialized to detect a stimulus
a structure composed of nervous tissue along with muscular, e…
the subjective awareness of a stimulus... -produced by sensory s…
Distinguishes between variation among nerve signals. Determin…
sensory receptor
any structure specialized to detect a stimulus
sense organ
a structure composed of nervous tissue along with muscular, e…
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Chapter 10: Organs and Structures
lept/o
mening/o, meningi/o
my/o
myel/o
thin, slender
membranes, meninges
muscle
spinal cord
lept/o
thin, slender
mening/o, meningi/o
membranes, meninges
Organic Chemistry: Chapter 10
alkyl halide
F, Cl, Br, I
substituant
Cl
what are the four halides?
when naming alkyl halide, treat the halide as a ___________
which halide has the biggest dipole moment?
alkyl halide
F, Cl, Br, I
what are the four halides?
Chapter10 - organs and structures
cerebell/o
cerebr/o
dur/o
encephal/o
cerebellum
cerebrum
dura mater
brain
cerebell/o
cerebellum
cerebr/o
cerebrum
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Organic Chemistry Chapter 10
alcohol
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary
organic compound with a hydroxyl group (OH)
Carbon is bonded to OH and one other Carbon
Carbon is bonded to OH and two other Carbons
Carbon is bonded to OH and three other Carbons
alcohol
organic compound with a hydroxyl group (OH)
Primary
Carbon is bonded to OH and one other Carbon
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Chapter 10 The Sense Organs
the locations of taste buds and their…
5 primary taste sensations
salty
sweet
- most are on the tongue, but some are on inside of cheeks, p…
- salty... - sweet... - sour... - bitter... - umami
- produced by metal ions such as sodium and potassium... - elect…
- produced by sugars and many other organic compounds and usu…
the locations of taste buds and their…
- most are on the tongue, but some are on inside of cheeks, p…
5 primary taste sensations
- salty... - sweet... - sour... - bitter... - umami
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chapter 10 digestive organs and structures
tongue
pharynx oro
pharynx naso
pharynx laryngo
tongue
pharynx oro
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Organic Chemistry Chapter 10
acid derivatives
alcohol
aldehyde
formaldehyde
compounds that are related to carboxylic acids but have other…
a compound in which a hydrogen atom of a hydrocarbon has been…
a carbonyl compound with one alkyl group and one hydrogen on…
has two hydrogens on the carbonyl group
acid derivatives
compounds that are related to carboxylic acids but have other…
alcohol
a compound in which a hydrogen atom of a hydrocarbon has been…
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Chapter 10 Sense Organs
What are the 5 general senses?
What are the 5 Special senses?
For Visceral sensations what is sensed…
For touch what is sensed and what is t…
Visceral sensations... Touch... Temperature... Pain... Proprioception
Taste... Smell... Hearing... Vision... Equilibrium
What is Sensed: Hunger, thirst, hollow-organ fullness... Type of…
What is Sensed: Touch and pressure... Type of stimulus: Mechanical
What are the 5 general senses?
Visceral sensations... Touch... Temperature... Pain... Proprioception
What are the 5 Special senses?
Taste... Smell... Hearing... Vision... Equilibrium
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Organic Chemistry Chapter 10
Amino Acids
L-Amino Acids
S-Stereochemistry
Nonpolar Nonaromatic
Alpha-carbon attached to four groups (amino, carboxyl, H and…
All eukaryotes exhibit only L-AAs
All AAs except cysteine (R), due to sulfur group
Alanine, Valine, Leucine, Isoleucine, Glycine, Proline, Methi…
Amino Acids
Alpha-carbon attached to four groups (amino, carboxyl, H and…
L-Amino Acids
All eukaryotes exhibit only L-AAs
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Chapter 10 Tissues and Organs
Causes of Cancer from Cell Signaling
Tissue
Organ
Tissues and Organs built by exploring
1. increased number of receptor molecules can lead to excess…
collection of cells that work together to perform a specific…
2 or more tissues working together
1. Cytoskeleton 2. Cell Adhesion/cellular junctions 3. The ex…
Causes of Cancer from Cell Signaling
1. increased number of receptor molecules can lead to excess…
Tissue
collection of cells that work together to perform a specific…
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Chapter 10: Organic Chemistry
Arene
Aliphatics
Electrophile (electron-seeking)
Nucleophile (nucleus-seeking)
● compounds which contain a benzene ring; they are all unsatu…
● compounds which do not contain a benzene ring; may be satur…
● an electron-deficient species which is therefore attracted…
● an electron-rich species which is therefore attracted to pa…
Arene
● compounds which contain a benzene ring; they are all unsatu…
Aliphatics
● compounds which do not contain a benzene ring; may be satur…
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Chapter 10 Sense Organs
Sensory Receptor
Define Sensation
Define General Senses
Define Special Senses
any structure specialized to detect a stimulus. ... -range from…
The awareness of a stimulus.
Distributed all over the body... -touch, pressure, pain, hot and…
Limited to the head and innervated by cranial nerve.... -taste,…
Sensory Receptor
any structure specialized to detect a stimulus. ... -range from…
Define Sensation
The awareness of a stimulus.
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Chapter 10: Muscle Tissue Organization
excitability, contractility, elasticit…
body movement, maintenance of posture,…
endomysium, perimysium, epimysium
skeletal muscle
4 Properties of muscle fibers
5 functions of skeletal muscles
3 concentric connective tissue layers around muscle fibers
type of muscle: long cylindrical fibers, multinucleated, stri…
excitability, contractility, elasticit…
4 Properties of muscle fibers
body movement, maintenance of posture,…
5 functions of skeletal muscles
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MCAT Organic Chemistry: Chapter 10
Amino Acids
Glycine
Cysteine
Properties of Amino Acids
- Contain amino group and a carboxyl group attached to a sing…
Simplest amino acid, with the R group being hydrogen.
Has an R configuration due to the sulfur being high priority.
- They are amphoteric, act as acids and bases.... - Forms a dipo…
Amino Acids
- Contain amino group and a carboxyl group attached to a sing…
Glycine
Simplest amino acid, with the R group being hydrogen.
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organic chemistry chapter 10 alkenes
olefins
carbon-carbon double bond
terminal alkenes
internal alkenes
another word for alkenes
what do alkenes contain
have double bond at the end of the carbon chain
have at least one carbon atom bonded to each end of double bond
olefins
another word for alkenes
carbon-carbon double bond
what do alkenes contain
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Organic Chemistry Chapter 10
Production of Radicals
Peroxides
Halogens
Single-barbed curved arrows
Energy in the form of heat or light must be supplied to cause…
Compounds with the general structure RO-OR, the most common r…
Also contain a relatively weak bond (X2) ... X-X --> 2Xº
Show the movement of a single electron
Production of Radicals
Energy in the form of heat or light must be supplied to cause…
Peroxides
Compounds with the general structure RO-OR, the most common r…
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Chapter 10: Organic Chemistry
Catenation
Functional groups
Homologous series
Alkanes
The formation of chains of atoms in compounds. Carbon has the…
An atom or small group of atoms that gives characteristic pro…
Families of organic compounds whose members can be represente…
Saturated hydrocarbons.
Catenation
The formation of chains of atoms in compounds. Carbon has the…
Functional groups
An atom or small group of atoms that gives characteristic pro…
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Organic Chemistry - chapter 10
Methane - formula
Methane - structural formula
Ethane - formula
Ethane - condensed structural formula
CH4
C2H6
CH3CH3
Methane - formula
CH4
Methane - structural formula
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Chapter 10: Organic Chemistry
Homologous Series (HS)
Homologous general form
Boiling point of HS
Volatility
A set of compounds whose components differ by a single repeat…
C^nH^2n+2
Increases as the number of carbon atoms increases... - More elec…
The ability to evaporate/ boil... - The stronger the bond length…
Homologous Series (HS)
A set of compounds whose components differ by a single repeat…
Homologous general form
C^nH^2n+2
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Week 7 Chapter 10 Sense organs
what are the four general types of sti…
tactile sense
pressure
superficial temperature receptors
-mechanical: touch, hearing, balance ... -thermal: hot/cold... -ele…
sensation of something being in contact with surface of body
something pressing on body surface
-skin ... -detect upward or downward changes in skin temperature
what are the four general types of sti…
-mechanical: touch, hearing, balance ... -thermal: hot/cold... -ele…
tactile sense
sensation of something being in contact with surface of body
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Chapter 10 Sense Organs
What are the general sense Include and…
What are Special Senses and stimulus?
What does the visceral sense include?
what are the type of stimulus that can…
visceral sensation- C & M... touch -M... pain - M, C, & T... tempertur…
smell - C... hear - M... vision - E... equilibrium - M... taste -C
Thirst, hunger, hollow-organs fullness
Mechanical, Chemical, electromagnet, thermal
What are the general sense Include and…
visceral sensation- C & M... touch -M... pain - M, C, & T... tempertur…
What are Special Senses and stimulus?
smell - C... hear - M... vision - E... equilibrium - M... taste -C
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Chapter 10 Sense Organs
Which of the following is the "white"…
Which of the following is a progressiv…
Light passes through all of the follow…
Which of the following is not a refrac…
Sclera
Presbycusis
Palpebral fissure
Glaucoma
Which of the following is the "white"…
Sclera
Which of the following is a progressiv…
Presbycusis
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Chapter 10 Sense Organs
Why are visceral sensations important…
Why do touch and pressure sensations f…
If a dog walks out of an air-condition…
Which category of temperature receptor…
It is important because they give animals important signals t…
The CNS has too much to keep track to be consciously aware of…
Superficial receptors
Central receptors
Why are visceral sensations important…
It is important because they give animals important signals t…
Why do touch and pressure sensations f…
The CNS has too much to keep track to be consciously aware of…
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Chapter 10: Terminology of the Organs and Structure
cerebellar
cerebrospinal fluid
cerebral cortex
subdural hematoma
pertaining to the cerebellum
fluid from the cerebrum and spinal
pertaining the cortex
collection of blood below the dura mater
cerebellar
pertaining to the cerebellum
cerebrospinal fluid
fluid from the cerebrum and spinal
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Chapter 10 Organs and Structures
cerebellar
cerebrospinal fluid
cerebral cortex
subdural hematoma
pt. the cerebellum
fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord and is located…
the outer region of the cerebrum (gray matter)
collection of blood under the dura mater
cerebellar
pt. the cerebellum
cerebrospinal fluid
fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord and is located…
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Organic Chemistry Chapter 10 Alcohols
Carbinol carbon atom
Phenol
Hydroxy
Diols, glycols
Carbon bonded to the -OH group
Compounds with a hydroxyl group bonded directly to a benzene…
What the -OH group is named when is it s substituent
Alcohols with 2 -OH groups
Carbinol carbon atom
Carbon bonded to the -OH group
Phenol
Compounds with a hydroxyl group bonded directly to a benzene…
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Chapter 10: Skin & Sense Organs
Adenoidectomy
Bronchiolitis
Bronchoscopy
Pneumonectomy
Surgical removal of the adenoids
Inflammation of the bronchiole
Visual examination of the bronchial tube
Surgical removal of a lung
Adenoidectomy
Surgical removal of the adenoids
Bronchiolitis
Inflammation of the bronchiole
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Organic Chemistry: Chapter 10 and 11
Molecular bending
Hydroxyl groups absorb....
Carboxylic acid hydroxyl groups absorb…
Carbonyls absorb....
3300, and has a broad wide peak
3000, thye carbonyl pulls some of the electron density from t…
1700, with a deep sharp peak
Molecular bending
Hydroxyl groups absorb....
3300, and has a broad wide peak
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Chapter 10: Muscle Tissue and Organization
Properties of muscle tissue
Excitability
Contractility
Elasticity
- excitability... - contractility ... - elasticity... - extensibility
-able to respond to stimuli... - utilizes changes in electrical…
- stimulation of muscle tissue generates tension within cell…
contracted muscle recoils back to its resting length
Properties of muscle tissue
- excitability... - contractility ... - elasticity... - extensibility
Excitability
-able to respond to stimuli... - utilizes changes in electrical…
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Chapter 10: Muscle Tissue and Organization
Muscle
Fascicle
Muscle fiber (muscle cell)
Myofibril
Multiple fascicles housing many muscles fibers, connective ti…
A bundle of muscle fibers separated from other bundles of fib…
Elongated, multinucleate, cylindrical fiber (cell); contains…
Long, cylindrical contractile element within muscle fiber; as…
Muscle
Multiple fascicles housing many muscles fibers, connective ti…
Fascicle
A bundle of muscle fibers separated from other bundles of fib…
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Chapter 10- Muscle tissue and organization
skeletal muscle
cardiac muscle
smooth muscle
properties of skeletal muscle
voluntary, striated
striated, involuntary
non striated, involuntary
contractibility- become shorter... excitability- responsive... exte…
skeletal muscle
voluntary, striated
cardiac muscle
striated, involuntary
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Chapter 10 Managing Organization Structure
Organizational Architecture
Organizational Structure
Factors Affecting Organ. Structure
Job Design
Structure, control systems, culture, human resource that dete…
Task and reporting relationships that coordinate/motivate mem…
Organ. environment... Technology... Strategy... HR
Managers decide how to divide tasks
Organizational Architecture
Structure, control systems, culture, human resource that dete…
Organizational Structure
Task and reporting relationships that coordinate/motivate mem…
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chapter 10: muscle tissue organization
1. Contract and pull tendons that are…
Skeletal muscle
Smooth muscle
Heart muscle
The main functions of skeletal muscle tissue are
striated, voluntary or somatic, multinucleated (myoblasts fus…
non striated, automatic or autonomic
intercalated discs, straited
1. Contract and pull tendons that are…
The main functions of skeletal muscle tissue are
Skeletal muscle
striated, voluntary or somatic, multinucleated (myoblasts fus…
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