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SOME SKIN RECEPTORS ARE
a) THERMORECEPTOR b) MECHANORECEPTOR c) PHOTORECEPTOR d) CHEMORECEPTOR
DETECTING CHANGES IN LIGHT
a) PHOTORECEPTOR b) MECHANORECEPTOR c) THEROMORECEPTOR d) CHEMORECEPTOR
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENT BETWEEN RODS AND CONES?
a) Rods are stimulated by light and cones are capable distinguishing colours b) Cones are stimulated by light and rods are capable distinguishing colours c) Rods ans cones are in sclera d) Rdos and cones are in the crystalline lens
What are the organs of sensory?
a) eyes, ears, tongue, nose and skin b) eyes, touchs , taste smell and ears c) tongue, eyes, taste, ears, and smell. d)
where are pressure receptors located?
a) skin b) ears c) eyes d) nose
where are cells that detect smell found?
a) nose b) mouth c) eye d) tongue
Touch or taste? ice in you hand
a) touch b) taste c) d)
What are teh main receptors in the eyes called?
a) cones and rods b) sclera and crytalline c) fovea and optic nerve d) choroid and clera
Whch is the part of the eyes regulate the intensity og light?
a) pupil b) choclea c) photoreceptor d) chochlea
what are taste receptors?
a) taste buds b) frontal lobe ruffini corpuscule c) ruffini corpuscule d)
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