From inside to outside the correct order of the following cells in the retina would be:
1. Ganglion cells - Photoreceptor cells - Bipolar cells
2. Ganglion cells - Bipolar cells - Photoreceptor cells
3. Bipolar cells - Photoreceptor cells - Ganglion cells
4. Photoreceptor cells - Ganglion cells - Bipolar cells

Subtopic:  Basic Anatomy of Human Eye: 1 (OLD NCERT) | Human Eye (OLD NCERT) | Basic Anatomy of Human Eye (OLD NCERT) |
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In the human eye, the visual acuity is highest at:

1. Macula lutea

2. Optic disc

3. Fovea centralis

4. Optic chiasma

Subtopic:  Human Eye: Adaptation (OLD NCERT) |
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Reissner's membrane separates:
1. Scala vestibuli and Scala media
2. Tympanic cavity and Pharynx
3. Fenestra rotundus and Fenestra ovalis
4. Scala media and Scala tympani

Subtopic:  Inner Ear: Cochlea (OLD NCERT) |
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The resting membrane potential is established primarily due to:
1. Sodium-potassium pump
2. Efflux of potassium
3. Influx of sodium
4. Influx of chloride

Subtopic:  Origin of Resting Membrane Potential |
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A characteristic of human cornea is :
1. absence of blood circulation 
2. cause cataract in old age
3. has lacrimal glands for secreting tears
4. secreted by conjunctiva and glandular layer

Subtopic:  Basic Anatomy of Human Eye: 1 (OLD NCERT) | Basic Anatomy of Human Eye (OLD NCERT) |
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Most sensory receptors function by producing depolarising potentials. Which of the following function by hyperpolarization rather than depolarization ?

1. proprioceptors
2. nociceptors
3. olfactory receptors
4. rods and cones

Subtopic:  Origin of Resting Membrane Potential | Human Eye (OLD NCERT) |
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The depolarization of the axonal membrane is due to:

1. Influx of sodium ions

2. Efflux of sodium ions

3. Influx of potassium ions

4. Efflux of the potassium ions

Subtopic:  Action Potential |
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Immediately after an action potential has peaked, which cellular gates open?

1. Sodium
2. Chloride
3. Calcium
4. Potassium

Subtopic:  Action Potential |
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The stapes sends its vibrations to 
1. Incus 
2. Round window
3. Tympanic membrane
4. Oval window

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In a chemical synapse, when an impulse arrives at the axon terminal, it:
1. leads to the opening of the calcium channels at the post-synaptic membrane.
2. Stimulates the fusion of synaptic vesicles towards the pre-synaptic membrane.
3. causes the binding of the neurotransmitter of its receptors on the post-synaptic neuron.
4. activates the opening of the potassium channels in the axon terminal.

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