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Sensory receptor

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Description of Sensory receptor

Sensory receptor: an organ having nerve endings (in the skin or viscera or eye or ear or nose or mouth) that respond to stimulation.
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Sensory receptor: specialized sensory nerve processes or epithelial structures that respond to specific kinds of stimuli in the internal or external environment; this term refers to cells and cellular structures, as opposed to the molecular and submembrane structures covered by RECEPTOR.
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