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21. Damage to cutaneous receptors would limit the ability to detect all of the following except A. pain. B. thermal sensations. C. body position. D. touch. E. All of the above will be affected. 22. In sensory nerve endings the production of a generator potentials by a stimulus is analogous to: 23. Kinocilium & stereocilia in hair cells of the vestibular apparatus & cochlea are examples of 24. This taste modality involves membrane receptors that are coupled to G-proteins. 25. Compared to a background sound level of 70 dB, a 105 dB noise is: A. approximately 50% louder. B. approximately 7000 times louder. C. approximately 35 times louder. D. cannot be estimated because the dB scale is not linear. E. None of the above are correct
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