The inner ear (internal ear, auris interna) is the innermost part of the vertebrate
ear. ... Joint and muscle receptors are also important in maintaining balance. The
brain receives .... The inner e...
STATIC EQUILIBRIUM static.jpg. Within the membrane sace of the vestibule are
receptors called maculae. When the body is at rest,(i.e; STATIC= at rest)
in human ear: Detection of linear acceleration: static equilibrium. The gravity
receptors that respond to linear acceleration of the head are the maculae of the ...
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saccule, which each contain a macula with the receptors for static equilibrium;
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Which equilibrium receptors – static or dynamic – are operating ...
A. Receptors associated with the skin, muscles, joints, and viscera make up the
somatic ... B. These include the senses of smell, taste, hearing, static equilibrium,
Dec 31, 2007 ... The inner ear also contains the receptors for sound which convert ..... One is
static equilibrium, referring to the ability to detect the direction of ...
Balance and Equilibrium ... waves are transduced into neural signals, and the
vestibular complex, which contains the receptors for our sense of equilibrium.
In physics, equilibrium refers to the state of any object when all forces acting
upon it result ... Static equilibrium indicates that the object in question is... ...
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