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Wednesday, April 13

  1. page Anatomy and function of the human ear edited ... Function Pinna mnm Ear canal Tube leading from Pinna to Tympanic membrane
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    Tube leading from Pinna to Tympanic membrane
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Tuesday, February 23

  1. page Myopia and Hyperopia edited ... a blurred vision. vision....... Myopia Presbyopia
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    a blurred vision.vision.......
    Myopia
    Presbyopia
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Friday, January 22

  1. page Structure of the human larynx edited {Anatomy-of-the-larynx.jpg} Figure 16.1 represents the anatomy of the throat and the human larynx…
    {Anatomy-of-the-larynx.jpg} Figure 16.1 represents the anatomy of the throat and the human larynx. This diagram effectively labels the location of the various parts.
    Aubusson, Eileen Kennedy Peter. Biology in Context: the Spectrum of Life. Victoria : Oxford Uni. Press., 2001. Print.
    "General Anatomy : TrialSight Exhibit Store, Medical Legal Graphics." Home. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 June 2010. <http://www.trialsightmedia.com/exhibit_store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=13>.
    "HSC Online." NSW HSC Online. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 June 2010. <http://www.hsc.csu.edu.au/biology/options/communication/2952/CommPart4.html#1>.

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Tuesday, December 1

  1. page Distribution, structure and function of the photoreceptor cells edited ... Suited for night vision when not much light present to provide black and white images to the b…
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    Suited for night vision when not much light present to provide black and white images to the brain.
    Distinguish between colors.
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    sensitive to light and dicklight.
    Not effective when minimal light is present.
    {les-rods-cones.jpg} Figure 10.1 representing rod cells, in blue, and cone cells, in green. The rod cell is a long rod shaped cell while the cone cell is a long cell with a conical ending.
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Thursday, October 1

  1. page Distribution, structure and function of the photoreceptor cells edited ... Suited for night vision when not much light present to provide black and white images to the b…
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    Suited for night vision when not much light present to provide black and white images to the brain.
    Distinguish between colors.
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    light and dick.dick
    Not effective when minimal light is present.
    {les-rods-cones.jpg} Figure 10.1 representing rod cells, in blue, and cone cells, in green. The rod cell is a long rod shaped cell while the cone cell is a long cell with a conical ending.
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Thursday, August 20

  1. page Distribution, structure and function of the photoreceptor cells edited ... Suited for night vision when not much light present to provide black and white images to the b…
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    Suited for night vision when not much light present to provide black and white images to the brain.
    Distinguish between colors.
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    to light d.and dick.
    Not effective when minimal light is present.
    {les-rods-cones.jpg} Figure 10.1 representing rod cells, in blue, and cone cells, in green. The rod cell is a long rod shaped cell while the cone cell is a long cell with a conical ending.
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  2. page Distribution, structure and function of the photoreceptor cells edited ... Suited for night vision when not much light present to provide black and white images to the b…
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    Suited for night vision when not much light present to provide black and white images to the brain.
    Distinguish between colors.
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    to light .d.
    Not effective when minimal light is present.
    {les-rods-cones.jpg} Figure 10.1 representing rod cells, in blue, and cone cells, in green. The rod cell is a long rod shaped cell while the cone cell is a long cell with a conical ending.
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Tuesday, January 6

  1. page Anatomy and function of the human ear edited ... A long marrow tube that opens in middle ear which leads to the pharynx. To equalise the press…
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    A long marrow tube that opens in middle ear which leads to the pharynx.
    To equalise the pressure between the outer and inner ear.
    {14304-004-6C1B7EB1.gif} Figure 18.1 gives a labelled diagram of the human ear to allow for the visual interpretations or the structure and function of the human ear to occur.
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