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Important questions on Sensory Reception And Processing

The sensitive membrane in our ears is called as 

A

Diaphragm

B

Mucus membrane

C

Eardrum

D

Concha

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The site from where the nerve impulse for hearing originates in mammals is

A

Ear ossicles

B

Cochlea

C

Tympanum

D

Vestibule

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Glands of zeis is present in the

A

Ear

B

Nose

C

Eyes

D

Tongue

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Above the uppermost concha, is the 

A

Vestibule

B

Olfactory bulb

C

Conchae

D

Turbinates

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During hearing mechanism in humans, the sense cells, which perceive the sound vibrations, are present in

A

Sacculus

B

Utriculus

C

Cochlea

D

Semicircular canals

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The part of the ear which distinguishes different pitches of sound is

A

Auditory nerve

B

Semicircular canal

C

Organ of corti

D

Scala media

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The kind of tissue that forms the supportive structure in our pinna (external ears) is also found in

A

Vertebrae

B

Nail

C

Ear ossicles

D

Tip of the nose

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Loudness of sound is discriminated by

A

Intensity of movement of basilar fibres of cochlea

B

Vibration of semicircular canals

C

Vibration of endolymphatic sac

D

Vibration of tympanic bulla

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Largest eyes are found in

A

Deer

B

Horse

C

Monkey

D

Gibbon

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Ear drum is known as

A

Tympanic membrane

B

Tensor tympani

C

Scala tympani

D

Scala vestibuli

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