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Pain from an internal organ is known as ____. a. somatic pain b. referenced pain c. phantom pain d. dermatomes e. visceral pain Spinal cord neurons processing pain information release ____. a. bradykinins b. histamine c. substance P d. prostaglandins e. acetylcholine Pheromones are detected in the ____. a. olfactory bulb b. nasal epithelium c. vomeronasal organ d. cerebral cortex e. thalamus The sense of balance relies on information from all of the following EXCEPT ____. a. skin b. vestibular apparatus
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c. joints d. eyes e. cochlea Sound waves in the oval window create pressure waves first in the ____. middle ear scala vestibuli cochlear duct scala tympani semicircular canals A dendrite of a sensory neuron is classified as a(n) ____. a. tertiary sensory neuron
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Unformatted text preview: b. free nerve ending c. encapsulated receptor d. sensory receptor e. sensory stimulus Taste cells that respond to umami specifically interact with ____. a. sodium ions b. glutamate c. sugars d. quinine e. hydrogen ions Which structure runs from the middle ear to the pharynx to equalize air pressure? tympanic membrane eustachian tube cochlea auditory canal round window The diminished response to an ongoing stimulus is ____. a. transduction b. sensory adaptation c. sensation d. threshold e. perception When auditory hair cells bend, they ____. a. are inhibited b. release neurotransmitters c. inhibit the auditory nerve d. produce action potentials e. cause a pressure wave to strike the eardrum...
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