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Ch46SensoryVRE - Sensory Function Chapter 46 Sensory System...

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Sensory Function Chapter 46
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Assess External Environment Homeostasis (Positive and Negative Feedback) Sensory System
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Figure 46.1 Sensory Cell Membrane Receptor Proteins Respond to Stimuli
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Figure 46.1 Sensory Cell Membrane Receptor Proteins Respond to Stimuli (Part 1)
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Figure 46.1 Sensory Cell Membrane Receptor Proteins Respond to Stimuli (Part 2)
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Synesthesia: A Union of Senses By R. E. Cytowic
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OLFACTION TASTE AUDITION SOMATIC VISION ACTION POTENTIALS PERCEPTION RECOGNITION COMPREHENSION
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A B C D E F TASTE SMELL HEAR SEE FEEL EFFECT F>ΣA-E
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MODULAR DESIGN RECEPTOR PERCEPTION TASTE SMELL HEAR SEE FEEL TASTE SMELL HEAR SEE FEEL S y
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MECHANO- RECEPTORS MECHANO- RECEPTORS PAIN POSITION WELL BEING PAIN POSITION WELL BEING PAIN POSITION WELL BEING PAIN POSITION WELL BEING
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Figure 46.2 Stimulating a Sensory Cell Produces a Receptor Potential
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Figure 46.3 Some Scents Travel Great Distances
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Figure 46.4 Olfactory Receptors Communicate Directly with the Brain
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Figure 46.5 Taste Buds Are Clusters of Sensory Cells
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Figure 46.6 The Skin Feels Many Sensations
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Figure 46.7 Stretch Receptors
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Figure 46.7 Stretch Receptors (Part 1)
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Figure 46.7 Stretch Receptors (Part 2)
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