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In all taste receptors, the depolarization causes Figure 49.13 EXPERIMENT
Insects taste using gustatory sensilla (hairs) on their feet and mouthparts. Each
sensillum contains four chemoreceptors with dendrites that extend to a pore at.
light flashes up to about 50 flashes per second, whereas the compound eyes of
some insects can detect the flickering of a light flashing 330 times per second.
Such an insect viewing a movie could easily resolve each frame of the film as a ...
However, the flight muscles of insects are capable of independent, rhythmic
contraction, so the wirigs of some insects can actually beat faster than action
potentials can arrive from the central nervous system. Another iriteresting
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