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Lecture Notes for HISTORY 100 - West Thot To 1600 at Massachusetts (UMass)

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Material Type:Outline
Professor:Staff
Class:HISTORY 100 - West Thot To 1600
Subject:History
University:University of Massachusetts - Amherst
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Keywords:
  • Phasic Receptors
  • Fibrous Tunic
  • Trigeminal (v) Nerve
  • Vitreous Body
  • Electroreception
  • Particularly
  • Cutaneous Receptors
  • Semicircular Ducts
  • Ruffini Endings
  • Thermoreceptors
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part III Integration Chapter 12 The Sense Organs Chapter 13 The Nervous System I: Organization, Spinal Cord, and Peripheral Nerves Chapter 14 The Nervous System II: The Brain Chapter 15 Endocrine Integration12 The Sense Organs PRÉCIS Vertebrates receive information about changes within their bodies and in the outside world through free nerve endings and a variety of specialized receptor cells located in sense organs. The major sensory systems of vertebrates and some of their functional anatomical changes during evolution will be examined in this chapter. OUTLINE Receptors Chemoreceptors Olfactory System The Vomeronasal Organ The Terminal Nerve Gustation Cutaneous Receptors Proprioceptors Lateral Line System Basic Organization of the Lateral Line System Electroreceptors The Ear Inner Ear Structure Equilibrium Hearing Mechanisms of Chondrichthyans and Teleosts Hearing Systems of Tetrapods The Ear of Sauropsids The Ear of Lissamphibians Evolution of the Mammalian Ear Photo...

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