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The Five Senses (Grade 10)

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The Five Senses

1. 
What systems work together to detect external stimuli (i.e., the senses)? Select all that apply.
  1. muscular
  2. nervous
  3. circulatory
  4. integumentary
  5. digestive
2. 
Taste and smell are considered to be
  1. somatic senses.
  2. chemical senses.
  3. thermal senses.
  4. mechanical senses.
3. 
The main function of taste is:
  1. make you happy
  2. encourage body to start digestive process
  3. breakdown food
  4. keep you from eating things you don't like
4. 
What OTHER sense works closely with your sense of taste?
  1. smell
  2. sight
  3. hearing
  4. touch
5. 
What are the nerve cells that detect conditions in the body's environment?
  1. sensors
  2. neurons
  3. synapses
  4. receptors
6. 
The nerve cells that transmit information to the central nervous system from the senses of sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell are
  1. sensory neurons.
  2. motor neurons.
  3. interneurons.
  4. messenger neurons.
7. 
The nerve that carries information about the sense of smell from the nose to the brain is the
  1. olfactory nerve.
  2. median nerve.
  3. auditory nerve.
  4. optic nerve.
8. 
The                 carries information from the retina of the eye to the brain.
  1. olfactory nerve
  2. median nerve
  3. auditory nerve
  4. optic nerve
9. 
Information from the eye is sent to the                 lobe of the brain.
  1. parietal
  2. occipital
  3. frontal
  4. temporal
10. 
Which of the following sensory systems show ipsilateral organization?
  1. Vision and audition
  2. Vision and pain
  3. Audition
  4. Olfaction and taste
  5. Somatosensory
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