Comparative Test 3 (Set 7)

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Comparative Test 3 (Set 7)
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2011-11-06 13:54:01
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Comparative Anatomy lecture test number three.
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  1. Neuromast organs function primarily in _____________ and _____________.
    • Mechanoreception
    • Electroreception
  2. Neuromast organs may occur in _______, _______, _______, or _______.
    • Pits
    • Grooves
    • Ampullae
    • Canals
  3. Neromast organs form the _________ and __________ of fishes.
    • Lateral line
    • Cephalic canal system
  4. Receptor cells of neuromast organs are called ________.
    Hair cells
  5. Hair cells bear a hair-like structure called _________ and shorter ___________.
    • Kinocilium
    • Sterocilia
  6. Kinocilium and sterocilia project into a gelatinous secretion called the __________.
    Cupula
  7. Neuromast organs are found in ______ and _______.
    • Fish
    • Aquatic amphibians
  8. What causes changes in nerve impulses which can be deteced?
    Bending of the cupula

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