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Communication

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Nervous system Perception Auditory system Anatomy Visual system Sensory organs Ear Sensory systems Retina Photoreceptor cell Cochlea Mammalian eye
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Nervous system Perception Auditory system Anatomy Visual system Sensory organs Ear Sensory systems Retina Photoreceptor cell Cochlea Mammalian eye
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Receptors are classified on the basis of the type of stimulus they detect. The five types are: - chemoreceptors detect chemicals in the environment - electromagnetic receptors detect changes in electrical or magnetic fields - mechanoreceptors detect mechanical features of the environment e.g. pressure, touch, stretch, motion, sound - pain receptors detect pain - thermoreceptors detect changes in temperature They are located all over the body and react, either with a nerve impulse or hormone, to changes in the environment. • explain the response to a stimulus involves stimulus, receptor, messenger, effector, response The stimulus-response model: _______...
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