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thermoreceptors

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  • noun Plural form of thermoreceptor.

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Examples

  • Butterflies have photoreceptors in their penises that guide mating behavior (leading to the phenomenon termed "hindsight"), and crayfish have "caudal photoreceptors" and thermoreceptors that can drive walking behavior without the involvement of the brain (Arikawa, Suyama & Fujii, 1997; Wilkens, 1988).

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  • For comparison, the same approach was applied to the sensation of warmth elicited by thermoreceptors.

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  • Also, humans might have thermoreceptors, like thylakoids inside plants enabling photosynthesis, that permit radio waves to trigger a cascade of chemical events.

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  • Also, humans might have thermoreceptors, like thylakoids inside plants enabling photosynthesis, that permit radio waves to trigger a cascade of chemical events.

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  • Also, humans might have thermoreceptors, like thylakoids inside plants enabling photosynthesis, that permit radio waves to trigger a cascade of chemical events.

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  • For comparison, the same approach was applied to the sensation of warmth elicited by thermoreceptors.

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  • For comparison, the same approach was applied to the sensation of warmth elicited by thermoreceptors.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • For comparison, the same approach was applied to the sensation of warmth elicited by thermoreceptors.

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  • Individual thermoreceptors have ongoing activity at static constant temperatures of 30°C or more, following a bell-shaped curve with maximum discharges at 40-43°C

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  • For comparison, the same approach was applied to the sensation of warmth elicited by thermoreceptors.

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