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Sensations are action potentials that reach the bra'n via sensory neurons. Once
the brain is aware of sensations, it interprets them, giving the perception of stimuli
. Perceptions—such as colo"s, smells, sounds, and tastes— are constructions ...
These neurons carry sensations to the brain through the auditory nerve. Bend'ng
of the hairs in the other direction hyperpolarizes the hair cells, reducing
neurotransmitter release and the frequency of sensations in the auditory nerve. \
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three semicircular canals that complete the apparatus for equilibrium (Figure
49.11) Sensations related to body position are generated much like the
sensations of sound 'n humans and rrost other mamrnals. l—air cells ir the utrice
and the ...
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