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the coiled portion of the inner ear that contains the organ for hearing ___________________ cochlea
receptors in muscle tendons and joints that help judge the position of the body __________________ proprioceptors
a receptor may gradually stop responding to a continued mild stimulus. This process is called ________________________ sensory adaptation
naturally occurring pain killers that can be released in response to massage and acupressure are called ______________________ endorphines
which of the following is a special sense ______________________ taste
which of the following is a general sense ____________________ proprioception
which area of the tongue is sensitive to sweet taste ___________________ tip
where are tears produced __________________________ lacrimal gland
what are the receptors for vision _______________________________ rods and cones
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