Question: 48. Cilia Are Found In Paranasal Sinuses Spinal Cord Trachea , Ventricles Of Brain And Fallopian Tube 49. The Stapes Attaches To The Round Window Of The Inner Ear 50. Calcium Binds To Tropoponin In Sarcomere To Cause Muscle Contraction In Skeletal, Cardiac But Not Smooth Muscle 51. The Tectorial Membrane, Hair Cells, Space Of Nuel, Deiter’s Cells ,basilar …

Question: 48. Cilia Are Found In Paranasal Sinuses Spinal Cord Trachea , Ventricles Of Brain And Fallopian Tube 49. The Stapes Attaches To The Round Window Of The Inner Ear 50. Calcium Binds To Tropoponin In Sarcomere To Cause Muscle Contraction In Skeletal, Cardiac But Not Smooth Muscle 51. The Tectorial Membrane, Hair Cells, Space Of Nuel, Deiter’s Cells ,basilar …

48. Cilia are found in paranasal sinuses spinal cord trachea , ventricles of brain and fallopian tube 49. The stapes attaches

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48. Cilia are found in paranasal sinuses spinal cord trachea , ventricles of brain and fallopian tube 49. The stapes attaches to the round window of the inner ear 50. Calcium binds to tropoponin in sarcomere to cause muscle contraction in skeletal, cardiac but not smooth muscle 51. The tectorial membrane, hair cells, space of Nuel, Deiter’s cells ,basilar membranes are found in the organ of Corti, which is the organ of hearing 52 Apocrine sweat glands are simple tubular glands that produce a watery fluid that is involved in thermoregulation 53 White blood cells can pass between capillary cells or through their fenestra- this is referred to as diapedesis 54. Dilantin may be used to control brain seizures by slowing the passage of sodium ions and has many side effects. 55. Peripherally-acting Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors, like Aricept, have been used to treat the memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s disease 56. Smooth muscle uses calmodulin in place of troponin for calcium attachment 57. Hemorrhagic stroke is a more common type and cannot be treated with tPA 58. Beta waves can be seen in stage 3 of sleep and anesthesia 59. The reticular formation has both motor and sensory function and is involved in muscle tone and arousal 60 There are 4 rows of hair cells in the organ of Corti- one inner and three outer and only the inner are sensory 61. The receptors of the saccule and utricle are called the macula and employ contain hair cells which have both stereocilia and kinocilia 62. Meniere’s disease involves an abnormal increase in the endolymph of the membranous labyrinth 63. As many as 50 million people in the world suffer from epilepsy 64 Aged-related damage to the ossicles can result in conductive hearing loss 65. Neisseria, Chlaymdia trachomatis and Oncocerca are all pathogenic organisms that can cause blindness in humans 66. Chlamydia trachomatis can cause conjunctivitis and trachoma and has been implicated in macular degeneration -all diseases of the eye. 67 Loa loa is an eye worm that lives as adults in stratified epithelium of cornea 68. Tetanus is caused by a toxin produced by Clostridium tetani and it blocks the inhibitory pathway in the spinal cord by inhibiting release of GABA 69. Botulism toxin is the most potent toxin known, but it has been used to treat muscle twitches, hyperhidrosis, epilepsy, and migraines 70. Fungiform papillae have the most taste buds but, filiform do not have any.