Construct Ch 9 Interactive NotesNeed 6 pages of binder paperOn cover, write• Chapter 9: Sensory System• Name, Period, Seat...
Touch(pg 2)
Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor         Stimulus    Examples
Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor         Stimulus        ExamplesChemoreceptors   Chemical        Taste and smell         ...
Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor           Stimulus             ExamplesChemoreceptors     Chemical             Taste and ...
Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor           Stimulus             ExamplesChemoreceptors     Chemical             Taste and ...
Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor           Stimulus             ExamplesChemoreceptors     Chemical             Taste and ...
Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor           Stimulus             ExamplesChemoreceptors     Chemical             Taste and ...
General Senses• Widely distributed throughout the body
General Senses• Widely distributed throughout the body• Touch, pressure, proprioception, temperature,  pain
Touch and Pressure• Receptors are in the skin
Touch and Pressure• Receptors are in the skin• Free nerve endings: located in epidermis.  Sense clothing
Touch and Pressure• Receptors are in the skin• Free nerve endings: located in epidermis.  Sense clothing• Meissner’scorpsu...
Touch and Pressure• Receptors are in the skin• Free nerve endings: located in epidermis.  Sense clothing• Meissner’scorpsu...
Proprioception• Senses the location and movement of body  parts
Proprioception• Senses the location and movement of body  parts• Golgi tendon organs: found at the junction of  tendons an...
Temperature• 10 times as many cold receptors as heat  receptors
Temperature• 10 times as many cold receptors as heat  receptors• Extreme temperatures stimulate pain  receptors (nocicepto...
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  1. 1. Construct Ch 9 Interactive NotesNeed 6 pages of binder paperOn cover, write• Chapter 9: Sensory System• Name, Period, Seat number• A color pictureNumber pages: First lined page = 1
  2. 2. Touch(pg 2)
  3. 3. Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor Stimulus Examples
  4. 4. Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor Stimulus ExamplesChemoreceptors Chemical Taste and smell concentration
  5. 5. Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor Stimulus ExamplesChemoreceptors Chemical Taste and smell concentrationMechanoreceptors Pressure or Hearing and movement of fluids equilibrium
  6. 6. Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor Stimulus ExamplesChemoreceptors Chemical Taste and smell concentrationMechanoreceptors Pressure or Hearing and movement of fluids equilibriumNociceptors Tissue damage Pain receptors
  7. 7. Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor Stimulus ExamplesChemoreceptors Chemical Taste and smell concentrationMechanoreceptors Pressure or Hearing and movement of fluids equilibriumNociceptors Tissue damage Pain receptorsThermoreceptors Temperature Heat and cold receptors
  8. 8. Types of Sense ReceptorsReceptor Stimulus ExamplesChemoreceptors Chemical Taste and smell concentrationMechanoreceptors Pressure or Hearing and movement of fluids equilibriumNociceptors Tissue damage Pain receptorsThermoreceptors Temperature Heat and cold receptorsPhotoreceptors Light Vision
  9. 9. General Senses• Widely distributed throughout the body
  10. 10. General Senses• Widely distributed throughout the body• Touch, pressure, proprioception, temperature, pain
  11. 11. Touch and Pressure• Receptors are in the skin
  12. 12. Touch and Pressure• Receptors are in the skin• Free nerve endings: located in epidermis. Sense clothing
  13. 13. Touch and Pressure• Receptors are in the skin• Free nerve endings: located in epidermis. Sense clothing• Meissner’scorpsucles: located in dermal papillae. Sense light touch
  14. 14. Touch and Pressure• Receptors are in the skin• Free nerve endings: located in epidermis. Sense clothing• Meissner’scorpsucles: located in dermal papillae. Sense light touch• Pacinian (lamellated) corpsucles: located deep in dermis. Sense heavy pressure
  15. 15. Proprioception• Senses the location and movement of body parts
  16. 16. Proprioception• Senses the location and movement of body parts• Golgi tendon organs: found at the junction of tendons and muscles
  17. 17. Temperature• 10 times as many cold receptors as heat receptors
  18. 18. Temperature• 10 times as many cold receptors as heat receptors• Extreme temperatures stimulate pain receptors (nociceptors)

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