lecture 10 notes
lecture 10 notes BISC 2320
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Lecture 10 Notes Where is the basilar membrane located within the cochlea of the inner ear The external ear contains pinna concha auditory meatus What do otolith organs do Detect tilting movements What does the otolithic membrane do Has an otoconia made up of calcium carbonate and forms a gelatinous layer What is the function of the vestibular system Sensory information about motion equilibrium and spatial orientation relative to gravity help stabilize gaze head posture What is A1 Primary auditory cortex some of the many subdivisions of the auditory cortex What is MSO It stands for medial superior olive lt Computes differences in timing heard by ears by forming a coincidence detector Lecture 7 Notes Which cells are found in the outer plexiform layer horizontal cell Which cells are in the inner plexiform layer amacrine cell Compare rods and cones Rods have low spatial resolution and are very sensitive to light Cones have high spatial resolution are not very sensitive to light Define scotopic vision lowest illumination rods are only activated Define mesopic vision occurs when both rods and cones contribute like in twilight Define photopic vision illumination increases and cones become more dominant Rods are saturated Membranes are closed What are 3 types of photo pigments S Blueshort M greenmedium L redlong After the eye goes from the optic nerve where does it go lateral geniculate
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