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Statocysts are located in dif'erent parts of invertebrates' bod'es. For example,
many jellies have statocysts at the frirtge of their "bell," giving the anirrals an '
ndication of body position. Lobsters and crayfish have statocysts near the base of
Concept 49.2 > Sensing Gravity and Sound in Invertebrates (p. 1050) Most
invertebrates sense their orientation with respect to gravity by P means of
statocysts. Many arthropods sense sounds with body. The mechanoreceptors
involved with ...
Concept 49.4 Similar mechanisms underlie vision throughout the animal
kingdom >Vision in Invertebrates (pp. 1057-1058) The light detectors of
invertebrates include the simple, light-sensitive. Sensory and Motor Mechanisms.
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