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Figure 49.2 for two types of sensory receptors: a stretch receptor in a crayfisl" and
a hair cell, which detects motion in the vertebrate ear and in ateral line systems of
fishes and a*nphibians. Sensory Transduction The conversion of stimulus ...
When the abdorren bonds, muscles and derdrites stretch, producing a receptor
potential in the stretch receptor. The receptor potential triggers act'on potentials in
the axon of the stretclr receptor. A stronger stretch produces a larger receptor ...
Sugar T STe "' H ° 9' molecule a "I:,-'_- ,1 uqf ftp: ~" sensory receptor IQ' / 1' 0 A
sugar rnolecule binds /' to a receptor protein on I the sensory rer.ep1.or coll.
Sugar / r-—~€> Q '' $ // (1 protein /AcJe?r1ylyl cyclase Siigai-_-.%____ receptor "
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