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Chapter 10: Sense Physiology
Mechanoreceptor
Nociceptor
Chemoreceptor
Photoreceptors
Normal Stimulus: mechanical force (applied pressure)... Mechanis…
Normal Stimulus: tissue damage... Mechanism: damaged tissue rele…
Normal Stimulus: dissolved chemicals... Mechanism: chemical inte…
Normal Stimulus: Light... Mechanism: photochemical reaction affe…
Mechanoreceptor
Normal Stimulus: mechanical force (applied pressure)... Mechanis…
Nociceptor
Normal Stimulus: tissue damage... Mechanism: damaged tissue rele…
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Physiology Chapter 10: Senses
Chemoreceptors
Thermoreceptors
Mechanoreceptors
Photoreceptors
Responds to changes in chemical concentration... *Taste, smell,…
Responds to temperature changes... *Maintain body heat, found on…
Responds to mechanical energy (touch, pressure, vibration)... *F…
Responds to light... *Vision
Chemoreceptors
Responds to changes in chemical concentration... *Taste, smell,…
Thermoreceptors
Responds to temperature changes... *Maintain body heat, found on…
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Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 10: Senses
Senses
Sensory receptors
General senses
Special senses
help the body maintain homeostasis by providing information
are the portals that link our nervous systems to environmenta…
-Receptors that are widely distributed throughout the body... -S…
-Specialized receptors confined to structures in the head ... -E…
Senses
help the body maintain homeostasis by providing information
Sensory receptors
are the portals that link our nervous systems to environmenta…
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Physiology Chapter 10: Somatic Senses
Chemoreceptors
Sensation
Cold receptors
Taste buds
Respond to changes in chemical concentrations
Feeling that occurs when the brain interprets sensory impulses
More abundant, sensitive between 50-68 degrees Fahrenheit
Organ of taste, modified epithelial cells
Chemoreceptors
Respond to changes in chemical concentrations
Sensation
Feeling that occurs when the brain interprets sensory impulses
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Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 10: The Senses
Choroid
Cochlea
Iris
Labyrinth
Skinlike
Snail
Rainbow
Maze
Choroid
Skinlike
Cochlea
Snail
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Physiology Chapter 10: senses{1}
Transduction
Modalities
Chemoreceptors
photoreceptors
sensory receptors (transduce) change different forms of energ…
-means form ... -there are different modalities of sensation-- s…
sense chemical stimuli in the environment or blood
rods and cones in the retina of the eye
Transduction
sensory receptors (transduce) change different forms of energ…
Modalities
-means form ... -there are different modalities of sensation-- s…
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Physiology Chapter 10 Special Senses
Which of the following cells involved…
Sensations of the forces of gravity an…
The photosensitive pigment synthesized…
Movement of the cupula in the ampullae…
D. bipolar cells only
D. saccule and utricle.
E. retinal.
E. rotational movements.
Which of the following cells involved…
D. bipolar cells only
Sensations of the forces of gravity an…
D. saccule and utricle.
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Physiology Chapter 10 Special Senses
Which of the following cells involved…
Sensations of the forces of gravity an…
The photosensitive pigment synthesized…
Movement of the cupula in the ampullae…
D. bipolar cells only
D. saccule and utricle.
E. retinal.
E. rotational movements.
Which of the following cells involved…
D. bipolar cells only
Sensations of the forces of gravity an…
D. saccule and utricle.
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Hole's Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10- The Senses
chemo-receptors
pain receptors
thremoreceptors
photoreceptors
receptor stimulated by teh binding of certain chemicals
sensory nerve ending that transmits impulses interpreted as p…
sensory receptor sensitive to temperature changes, heat and c…
sensory receptors sensitive to light energy, rods and cones i…
chemo-receptors
receptor stimulated by teh binding of certain chemicals
pain receptors
sensory nerve ending that transmits impulses interpreted as p…
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Hole's Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10- The Senses
chemo-receptors
pain receptors
thremoreceptors
photoreceptors
receptor stimulated by teh binding of certain chemicals
sensory nerve ending that transmits impulses interpreted as p…
sensory receptor sensitive to temperature changes, heat and c…
sensory receptors sensitive to light energy, rods and cones i…
chemo-receptors
receptor stimulated by teh binding of certain chemicals
pain receptors
sensory nerve ending that transmits impulses interpreted as p…
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Physiology A&P: Chapter 10 Senses
What type of receptor detects blood pr…
The perception of the position of ones…
What is a region of skin that, when ac…
How is the intensity of a stimulus enc…
Baroreceptor
Proprioception.
Receptive fields.
The frequency of action potentials transmitted to the central…
What type of receptor detects blood pr…
Baroreceptor
The perception of the position of ones…
Proprioception.
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Human Physiology Chapter 10 Sense
free nerve endings
tactile corpuscles
lamallated corpuscles
referred pain
responsible for itching
oval masses flattened connective tissue cells within connecti…
sensory bodies in deep skin, tendons & ligaments
pain felt in a distant location
free nerve endings
responsible for itching
tactile corpuscles
oval masses flattened connective tissue cells within connecti…
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Chapter 10 - Sensory Physiology: Special Senses - Vision
what is the spectrum for visible light
what is the space in front of the iris…
what is manufactured by the ciliary bo…
what is a jelly like substance that fi…
400-700 nm
anterior chamber
aqueous humor
vitreous humor
what is the spectrum for visible light
400-700 nm
what is the space in front of the iris…
anterior chamber
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Anatomy & Physiology (Holes Essentials) 11th Ed. Chapter 10: The Senses
Types of Senses
Senses Info
Adaptation
Smell
1) Mechanoreceptors (physical)... 2) Chemoreceptors (chemical)... 3…
1) Receptors receive external stimulus & transduce it into an…
Occurs when a receptor becomes less sensitive upon repeat sti…
1) Olfactory receptors are chemoreceptors... 2) Olfactory nerves…
Types of Senses
1) Mechanoreceptors (physical)... 2) Chemoreceptors (chemical)... 3…
Senses Info
1) Receptors receive external stimulus & transduce it into an…
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Chapter 10 - Sensory Physiology: Special Senses - Chemical
what responds to chemicals in external…
what 2 special sense use exteroceptors
what responds to chemicals in internal…
5 taste categories
exteroceptors
taste, olfaction
interoceptors
sweet, sour, salty, bitter, umami
what responds to chemicals in external…
exteroceptors
what 2 special sense use exteroceptors
taste, olfaction
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10 : Somatic Senses Flashcards
Conjunctiva
Thermoreceptors
Meissner's Corpuscles
Chemoreceptors
Mucuous membrane of eye
Respond to changes in temperature
Light touch
Respond to changes in chemical concentrations
Conjunctiva
Mucuous membrane of eye
Thermoreceptors
Respond to changes in temperature
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10 : Somatic Senses
Chemoreceptors
Pain Receptors
Thermoreceptors
Mechanoreceptors
Respond to chemical concentrations
Respond to tissue damage, free nerve endings
Respond to changes in temperature, free nerve endings
Respond to changes in pressure or movement
Chemoreceptors
Respond to chemical concentrations
Pain Receptors
Respond to tissue damage, free nerve endings
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Anatomy&Physiology Somatic & Special Senses Chapter 10
Choroid
Cochlea
Iris
Labyrinth
Skinlike
Snail
Rainbow
Maze
Choroid
Skinlike
Cochlea
Snail
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[Anatomy & Physiology] Chapter 10 - Special Senses
accommodation
ampulla
chemoreceptor
cochlea
Adjustment of lens of eye for close or distant vision.
Expansion at the end of each semicircular canal that contains…
Receptor stimulated by binding of certain chemicals.
Portion of inner ear that contains hearing receptors.
accommodation
Adjustment of lens of eye for close or distant vision.
ampulla
Expansion at the end of each semicircular canal that contains…
PHYSIOLOGY WITH DAKE CHAPTER 10 SPECIAL SENSES
The ciliary muscle helps to
Movement of the cupula in the ampullae…
Which of the following cells involved…
Which of the following cells is NOT lo…
control the shape of the lens.
rotational movements.
bipolar cells only
vertical
The ciliary muscle helps to
control the shape of the lens.
Movement of the cupula in the ampullae…
rotational movements.
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Chapter 10 - Sensory Physiology: Somatesthetic Senses
what carry afferent information toward…
heat, cold, and pain are carried by wh…
touch a pressure are carried by what t…
what is the term for an area of skin w…
first order neurons
lateral spinothalamic tract
anterior spinothalamic tract
receptive field
what carry afferent information toward…
first order neurons
heat, cold, and pain are carried by wh…
lateral spinothalamic tract
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Anatomy & Physiology (Holes Essentials) 10th Ed. Chapter 10: The Senses
Types of Senses
Senses Info
Adaptation
Smell
1) Mechanoreceptors -physical... 2) Chemoreceptors -chemical... 3)…
1) Receptors receive external stimulus & transduce it into an…
Occurs when a receptor becomes less sensitive upon repeat sti…
1) Olfactory receptors are chemoreceptors... 2) Olfactory nerves…
Types of Senses
1) Mechanoreceptors -physical... 2) Chemoreceptors -chemical... 3)…
Senses Info
1) Receptors receive external stimulus & transduce it into an…
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Chapter 10 senses
Chemoreceptors
Pain receptors
Thermoreceptors
Mechanoreceptors
Stimulated by changes in the concentration of certain chemicals
Sensory nerve ending that transmits impulses interpreted as p…
Sensory receptor sensitive to temperature changes; heat and c…
Sensory receptor sensitive to mechanical stimulation, such as…
Chemoreceptors
Stimulated by changes in the concentration of certain chemicals
Pain receptors
Sensory nerve ending that transmits impulses interpreted as p…
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Chapter 10 -- SENSES
sclera
cornea
iris
pupil
the white of the eye; exterior is smooth and white, interior…
clear, bulging surface in front of the eye
muscle that controls how much light enters the eye (colored p…
hole through which light passes; its diameter is controlled b…
sclera
the white of the eye; exterior is smooth and white, interior…
cornea
clear, bulging surface in front of the eye
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Chapter 10 - Sensory Physiology: Special Senses - Ears & Hearing
the inner ear is contained within what
components of inner ear
what are the components of the vestibu…
what are the components of the cochlea
petrous portion of temporal bone
vestibulocochlear apparatus, ganglia, CN VIII
utricle, saccule, semicircular canals
cochlear duct, spiral organ
the inner ear is contained within what
petrous portion of temporal bone
components of inner ear
vestibulocochlear apparatus, ganglia, CN VIII
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Chapter 10 Special Senses
somatic senses
special senses
chemoreceptors
pain receptors
touch, pressure, pain, temperature receptors in skin, muscles…
sight, smell, hearing, taste, equillibrium
stimulated by chemicals (smell and taste)
acute (myelinated) or chronic (unmyelintated)
somatic senses
touch, pressure, pain, temperature receptors in skin, muscles…
special senses
sight, smell, hearing, taste, equillibrium
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Anatomy & Physiology & Disease Chapter 10 and 1, The Endocrine System and The Special Senses
_____ is a surgical procedure during w…
_____ is a symptom of sensor ineural h…
_____ ______ is an acute infection of…
____ ______ is commonly called "Swimme…
myringotomy
tinnitus
Otitis Media
External Otitis
_____ is a surgical procedure during w…
myringotomy
_____ is a symptom of sensor ineural h…
tinnitus
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Chapter 10: The Senses
Sensory Receptors
5 Types of Receptors
Chemoreceptors
Pain Receptors
Specialized structures associated with sensory neurons that d…
Chemoreceptors... Pain Receptors... Thermoreceptors... Mechanorecptors…
Detect changes in chemical concentration
Sense tissue damage
Sensory Receptors
Specialized structures associated with sensory neurons that d…
5 Types of Receptors
Chemoreceptors... Pain Receptors... Thermoreceptors... Mechanorecptors…
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Chapter 10: Special Senses
specialized sensory receptors associated
taste, smell, vision, hearing, and equ…
sensory receptors for gustation (taste…
on tongue taste buds are located on su…
special senses
special senses
taste buds
papillae
specialized sensory receptors associated
special senses
taste, smell, vision, hearing, and equ…
special senses
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Chapter 10 - The Senses TCHS
Sclera
Iris
Cornea
Conjunctiva
The "white" of the eye, that is more commonly called the ____…
The "colored" part of the eye is know as the _______. It can…
The transparent portion of the sclera, referred to as the "wi…
The mucous membrane that covers the front of the eye.
Sclera
The "white" of the eye, that is more commonly called the ____…
Iris
The "colored" part of the eye is know as the _______. It can…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10
skeletal... smooth... cardiac
striations
skeletal is voluntary and controlled b…
most of the heart wall
what are the three types of muscle tissue?
alternating light and dark bands on muscle tissue
List the three types of muscles and indicate whether they are…
where can you find cardiac muscle
skeletal... smooth... cardiac
what are the three types of muscle tissue?
striations
alternating light and dark bands on muscle tissue
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Chapter 10: Senses
chemoreceptors
pain receptors
thermoreceptors
mechanoreceptors
responds to changes in chemical concentration of substances
stimulated by tissue damage
changes in temp
changes in pressure or movement in fluids
chemoreceptors
responds to changes in chemical concentration of substances
pain receptors
stimulated by tissue damage
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Chapter 10- Senses
general senses
special senses
sensory receptors
sensation
skin, various organs, receptors widely distributed throughout…
specialized receptors, have their own organs (eyes, ears, ect)
specialized cells that collect information, stimulate neurons…
feeling that occurs when the brain becomes aware of an impulse
general senses
skin, various organs, receptors widely distributed throughout…
special senses
specialized receptors, have their own organs (eyes, ears, ect)
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Chapter 10 senses
Sensory system
Main parts of the sensory system
Sensory organs
Microscopic sense receptors
Our ability to sense chsnges within out internal and external…
Eyes, ears, nose and taste buds... Internal organs and muscles a…
Serve as sensory receptors that allow us to respond to stimul…
Are located at the tips of dendrites if sensory neurons
Sensory system
Our ability to sense chsnges within out internal and external…
Main parts of the sensory system
Eyes, ears, nose and taste buds... Internal organs and muscles a…
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Anatomy - Chapter 10 - Senses
chemoreceptors
pain receptors
thermoreceptors
mechanoreceptors
receptor that is stimulated by the binding of certain chemicals
sensory nerve endings associated with pain
sensory receptor sensitive to temperature changes; heat and c…
sensory receptors that sense mechanical stimulation, such as…
chemoreceptors
receptor that is stimulated by the binding of certain chemicals
pain receptors
sensory nerve endings associated with pain
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Chapter 10 - The Senses
Name the type of receptor. ... 1. chemica…
Where are our pain senses located?
What does visceral pain usually result…
sensation that pain is coming from ano…
1. chemoreceptors... 2. pain receptors... 3. thermoreceptors... 4. mec…
widely distributed except brain b/c of lack of nerve endings
lack of blood flow or muscle contractions
referred pain
Name the type of receptor. ... 1. chemica…
1. chemoreceptors... 2. pain receptors... 3. thermoreceptors... 4. mec…
Where are our pain senses located?
widely distributed except brain b/c of lack of nerve endings
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Chapter 10 (Senses)
Chemoreceptors
Thermoreceptors
Mechanoreceptors
Photoreceptors
Sense changes in chemical concentrations
Free nerve endings, sense changes in temperature
Respond to changes in pressure and movement
Respond to changes in light
Chemoreceptors
Sense changes in chemical concentrations
Thermoreceptors
Free nerve endings, sense changes in temperature
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Chapter 10 Senses
Smell
Taste
EYE Fibrous Tunic (layer)
EYE Vascular Tunic (layer)
Olfactory Bulb... Olfactory Nerve Fibers... Hang into nasal cavity…
Papillae... Taste Buds... -Taste cells... -Send signals to gustatory c…
Sclera... Cornea
Choroid... Ciliary Body... (Suspensory ligaments)... Lens... Iris... Pupil
Smell
Olfactory Bulb... Olfactory Nerve Fibers... Hang into nasal cavity…
Taste
Papillae... Taste Buds... -Taste cells... -Send signals to gustatory c…
Chapter 10 Senses
Chemoreceptors
Thermoreceptors
Mechanoreceptors
Photoreceptors
Respond to changes in chemical concentrations
Respond to changes in temperature
Respond to changes in pressure and movement
Respond to changes in light
Chemoreceptors
Respond to changes in chemical concentrations
Thermoreceptors
Respond to changes in temperature
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Physiology ch10 special senses
Sclera
Cornea
Choroid
Ciliary body
White part of the eye. Tough connective tissue
Transparent structure allowing light into the eye
Middle layer of eye. Beneath the sclera. Contains blood vesse…
Contains muscles which are attached to the lens by strands of…
Sclera
White part of the eye. Tough connective tissue
Cornea
Transparent structure allowing light into the eye
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Chapter 10 - Senses
Presbyopia
Malleus, incus, stapes
Thalmus
Sclera
Farsightedness of old age
Sequence of the ossicles from the external ear to the inner ear
The sense of smell is able to stimulate vivid memories becaus…
The cornea is considered part of the what? (White part)
Presbyopia
Farsightedness of old age
Malleus, incus, stapes
Sequence of the ossicles from the external ear to the inner ear
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Chapter 10 Senses Vocab
Tactile
Equilibrium
-Esthesia
-Osmia
...
...
...
...
Tactile
...
Equilibrium
...
28 terms
Chapter 10: Senses
Acoustic
Articulatory
Astringent
Auditory
Not electronically produced or modified.
Of or relating to the formation of speech.
A substance that produces a sharp and penetrating sensation.
Relating to the sense/organs, or the experience of hearing.
Acoustic
Not electronically produced or modified.
Articulatory
Of or relating to the formation of speech.
Senses Chapter 10
3 layers of tissue that forms the eyeb…
eyeball is elongated
refraction disorders
external ear ends at the
sclera; choroid; retina
myopia; nearsightedness
myopia; hyperopia; astigmatism
tympanic membrane
3 layers of tissue that forms the eyeb…
sclera; choroid; retina
eyeball is elongated
myopia; nearsightedness
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Chapter 10: Senses
Synesthesia
Color Blindness
Cochlear implants
Chemoreceptors
visions become smell, sound, or color; sensation and percepti…
results from a lack of pigment that captures incoming wavelen…
electrodes through bone above eardrum, through malleus, incus…
detect changes in chemical concentration
Synesthesia
visions become smell, sound, or color; sensation and percepti…
Color Blindness
results from a lack of pigment that captures incoming wavelen…
Chapter 10 senses
Auricle and external auditory meatus
eardrum
ossicles
oval window
Two parts of the external ear
Another name for the tympanic membrane
Bones of the middle ear collectively referred to as
stapes press against a membrane that covers a small opening c…
Auricle and external auditory meatus
Two parts of the external ear
eardrum
Another name for the tympanic membrane
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Chapter 10. somatic and special senses
Choroid coat
Ciliary body
Cochlea
Conjunctiva
Vascular pigmented middle layer of the wall of the eye
Structure associated w/ choroid layer of eye w/allary muscle
Portion of inner ear that has hearing receptors
Membrane covering on anterior surface of the eye
Choroid coat
Vascular pigmented middle layer of the wall of the eye
Ciliary body
Structure associated w/ choroid layer of eye w/allary muscle
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Chapter 10: Senses
Senses are classified as
General senses are detected by
Special senses are detected by
All sense organs have common functiona…
general or special.
sensory organs that exist as individual cells or receptor uni…
large and complex organs, or localized grouping of sensory re…
• All are able to detect a particular stimulus.... • A stimulus…
Senses are classified as
general or special.
General senses are detected by
sensory organs that exist as individual cells or receptor uni…
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Senses chapter 10
2 classifications of senses
General senses
Special senses
Free nerve endings
General or special
Detected by simple receptors that widely distributed througho…
Detected by receptors in a specific area & associated with co…
Sensative to pain & crude touch is a general sense
2 classifications of senses
General or special
General senses
Detected by simple receptors that widely distributed througho…
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Senses chapter 10
5 senses
Eye
Sclera
Choroid
1 touch... 2 Sight/ vision... 3 Hearing... 4 Smell... 5Taste
3 Layers:... 1. Sclera... 2. Choroid... 3. Retina
Tough outer layer of the eyeball. The "white" of the eye. Mai…
Pigment, vascular, middle layer. Made up the iris and the cil…
5 senses
1 touch... 2 Sight/ vision... 3 Hearing... 4 Smell... 5Taste
Eye
3 Layers:... 1. Sclera... 2. Choroid... 3. Retina
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