Human head and neck Tapetum lucidum

Mammalian Eye Dissection LaboratoryMammalian Eye Dissection Laboratory
The cornea covers and helps protect the eye. List two other functions of the cornea. Tapetum lucidum
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K9 Perception Umwelt Sight (Vision)K9 Perception Umwelt Sight (Vision)
The subjective schema with which the animal organizes its experience of the environment. Tapetum lucidum
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Primate CharacteristicsPrimate Characteristics
Increased reliance on vision: reduced noses, snouts (smaller, flattened), loss of vibrissae (whiskers), and relatively small, hairless ears. Tapetum lucidum
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Cow Eye Dissection QuizCow Eye Dissection Quiz
What is a function of this structure? Anterior protective covering of the eye; transparent allowing light to enter; continuous with sclera. Tapetum lucidum
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Sec 3/Chap7/the sense organs Name Dissecting the eye of a mammal GoalSec 3/Chap7/the sense organs Name Dissecting the eye of a mammal Goal
In the table below, record the characteristics that will help you to identify each of these structures when observed during this lab. Tapetum lucidum
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Night Vision in AnimalsNight Vision in Animals
Animals have developed amazing adaptations to their environments. Most nocturnal animals have large eyes relative to their body size. Tapetum lucidum
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Snc 2P – Sheep Eye Dissection /5 ku /12 ti /18 c /10 a name: /45 marks introductionSnc 2P – Sheep Eye Dissection /5 ku /12 ti /18 c /10 a name: /45 marks introduction
The anatomy of the human eye can be better shown and understood by the actual dissection of an eye. One eye of choice for dissection, that closely resembles the human eye, is that of the sheep. Tapetum lucidum
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Review for exam 2Review for exam 2
Macroevolution: species, cladogenesis vs anagenesis; speciation: sympatric, allopatric, peripatric, parapatric; reproductive isolation, Hox genes, transcription factors, tinman, pax6, urbilaterian, homologous organs. Tapetum lucidum
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