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The physiology of sense organs.

DeForest Mellon

The physiology of sense organs.

by DeForest Mellon

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Published by W. H. Freeman in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sense organs.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 99-104.

    SeriesUniversity reviews in biology
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP435 .M43 1968b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 107 p.
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5630536M
    LC Control Number68056295

    organa sensoria or sensuum / sense organs / organs of special sense: organs that receive stimuli that give rise to sensations, i.e., organs that translate certain forms of energy into nerve impulses that are perceived as special sensations; they are characterized by highly specialized neuroreceptors and relationships, and include the visual.   Sense organs Anatomy and Physiology 1. Sense Organs Mr. Hunter Kennedy High School 2. Anatomy and Physiology 04/04/• Objective(s)• SWBAT• Compare and Contrast general and specialized sense organs• Describe the structure and functions of various parts of the eye?•.

      This is for Chapter 17 of our book, over special senses. There is a heavy emphasis on eyes and ears. This lecture if for Bio with Dr. Elizabeth Granier at St. Louis CC. Aristotle and the Physiology of Sense Organs. John Thorp. Much thought has been given, and many pages have been devoted, to the debate between "literalist" and "spiritualist" interpretations of Aristotle on sense perception. The literalists, broadly, hold that in perception the organ quite literally takes on the perceived quality – eyes.

    There are separate organs located on various body parts for particular senses. These organs are called sense organs; e.g., for sight, there is a pair of eyes; for hearing and balancing, a pair of ears; for smell, one muscular structure, the nose and for taste another muscular structure in the mouth, the tongue. EACH SENSE ORGAN ENABLE IT TO RESPOND TO PARTICULAR STIMULI. Messages from Sense Organs to the CNS are all in the form of Nerve Impulses. How does are brain know whether incoming impulse is sound or light? This Information is built into the "WIRING" in the Pathways of Neurons that Synapse with each File Size: 1MB.


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