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  • Senses

    1. 1. THE SENSES Jose Ulises
    2. 2. TASTE Bitter Sour Sweet Salt
    3. 3. EXPLANATION TASTE BUDS NERVE ENDING COORDINATION WITH SMELL MORE IN WOMEN THAN MEN
    4. 4. TOUCH Hair Shaft Sweat Pore Sebaceous Gland Sweat Gland Nerve Fiber
    5. 5. PROCESS Hair magnify sensitivity Four stimuli types: cold, heat, contact, and pain Nerve endings transmit stimuliSexual organs and fingertips have a larger concentration of nerve endings
    6. 6. OLFACTORY Cribiform Plate Sensory Gland Nerves
    7. 7. PROCESSAir composed of multiple of 7 characteristic smells enter the nose Camphor Ether Putrid Musk Flower Acrid Mint Nasal cavity is lined with mucusThe olfactory bulb perceive the message and sends it to the brain.
    8. 8. VISION Cornea Ligaments Retina Pupil Lens Nerve Endings Iris
    9. 9. PROCESSLight waves enter through the CorneaProceeds through Pupil The light goes through the Lens The light converges Light moves though the Vitreous The light reaches the retina Converted to impulse Sent through the optic nerve Interpreted by the Brain
    10. 10. HEARING CochleaOuter Ear Ear Drum al Ear Can Eustachian Tube Staples Incus Malleus
    11. 11. PROCESSSound waves enter the auditory canal Strike the eardrum Causing Vibration Passes from the eardrum The vibration passes through the three ossiclesSets in motion fluid from cochlea Pressure Moves cilia Sends impulses to brain Brain Interpretation

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