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temporal lobe region ofcarebral cortex where primary auditory cortcx and We rnicke's specch center are locatcd temporal sunrmadon membrane potential produced as two or more inputs, occurring at different times' are added together; potential change is grcater than that caused by single inPut tendon (TEN-don) collagen fiber bundle that connects skeletal musclc to bone and transmits muscle contraction forcc to the bone tenelon in muscle physiology, the force excrted by a contuacting mu$cle on objcct teflsor tympanl muecle skeletal muscle that attaches to the ear drum and protects thc auditory apPardtus from loud sounds by dampening the movement of the tympanum tertiary ctrucrrrre the threc-dimensional folded structure of a protein lormed by hydrogen bonds, hydrophobic attractions, electrostatic interactions, and cysteine cross-bridges testis (TES-tiss) (plur:ll, testes) gonad in male te.ctostef,otre (test-TOS-ter-olvn) steroid hormone producedih iirterstitial cells oftcstes; major male sex hormone tetanue (TET-ah-nus) maintained mechanical response of muscle to high-frequency stimulation; also the disease lockjaw thalamus (THAL-ah-mus) subdivision of diencephalon; integrating center for sensory input on its way to cerebral cortexl also contains motor nuclei theca (THEE-kah) cell layer that surrounds ovarian- follicle granulosa cells thermoncutral zonc temperaflrre range over which changes in skin blood flow can regulate body temperature thermolcceptor sensory receptor fot temperature and temperature changes, particularly in low (cold receptor) or high (warm receptor) range theta rhythm elow-frcqucncy, high-amplitude waves of the EEG associated with carly stages of slow-wave slecp thlck flament myosin filzulent in muscle cell thln flamcnt actin filamcnt in muscle cell thorax (IHOkala) closed body cavity bewcen ncck and diaphragm; contains lung, heart, thymus, Iargc vessels, and csophagus; aiso callcd the chest thrcehold potcndal mcmbrane potential above which an excitable cell frcs an action potential threshold etfunulus stimulus capablc of depolarizing mcmbrane just to thrcshold thrlfty gene gcne postulated to havc evolved in order to increase the body's ability to store ftt thrombln (THROM-bin) enzyme that
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