Advanced biology study guide #9

Advanced biology study guide #9 - Study Guide Module#9...

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Study Guide Module #9 Aaron Wood 1. A. Sensory receptor: An organ which responds to a specific type of stimulus by ultimately triggering an action potential on a sensory neuron. B. Somatic receptors: Sensory receptors in the skin, muscle, and tendons. C. Visceral receptors: Sensory receptors in the internal organs. D. Special receptors: Special receptors in specific locations. E. Mechanoreceptors: Sensory receptors which respond to movement. F. Thermoreceptors: Sensory receptors which respond to heat or cold. G. Photoreceptors: Sensory receptors which respond to light. H. Chemoreceptors: Sensory receptors which respond to chemicals. I. Nociceptors: Sensory receptors which respond to pain or excess stimulation. J. Cutaneous receptors: Receptors in the skin. K. Proprioceptors: Receptors in the muscle and tendons. 2. It is a somatic motor neuron. 3. A. The sympathetic division, the preganglionic neuron is short and the postganglionic neuron is long. The parasympathetic division, the preganglionic neuron is long and the postganglionic neuron is short.
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2008 for the course MBA STRATEGY taught by Professor Garvin during the Spring '08 term at Harvard.

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