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In order to make microcantilevers more sensitive to the explosive trinitrotoluene (TNT), research groups led by Denis Spitzer at the French-German Research Institute of Saint Louis and Valerie Keller at the Laboratoire des Materiaux, Surfaces et Procedes pour la Catalyse in Strasbourg have taken inspiration from the highly sensitive sense organ of some types of moths.
In chapter rive and six Messbarger focuses on Morandi's oeuvre as embodied in her wax series and written observations on the sense organs (the eyes and hand in chapter rive) and on the male reproductive system and genitalia (chapter six).
What must be stressed is that the sense organs are openings between
However, the "facts" that one gathers from nature may not always be repeatable by others because our sensory systems may not respond in the same way or our minds fail to process information from our sense organs in the same manner.
Together, these sense organs enable us to acquire and respond to crucial information about our environment.
This first volume covers the order Chilopoda, the centipedes, discussing such aspects as general morphology, integument and associated organs such as solitary epidermal glands and bioluminescence, musculature and locomotion, the excretory system including the maxillary organ of the Notostigmophora and nephrocytes, sense organs, reproduction, ecology, distribution, fossil history, and taxonomy.
Gul said representations abroad are the sense organs of Turkey opening to outside world, noting that the healthiest assessments and necessary critical interventions were made through the ambassadors.
On an insect limb two main categories of sense organs can be found; mechanoreceptors and chemoreceptors, where only the former type are thought to have influence on agile locomotion (Delcomyn, F.
Each of these drives monitors signals from our sense organs, adds its own evaluation, and sends the signals to other parts of the brain.
Later chapters treat various body systems, including the skeletal and muscular systems, nutrition and digestion, the circulatory and respiratory systems, reproduction and early developmental biology, sense organs, and excretion.
But since we further desire knowledge beyond the limits of our unaided senses, and beyond the different limits set by ethical scruples and social convention, we also love the artificial sense organs we have devised: first and foremost, the camera.
They have no eyes, no obvious sense organs or brain but there is a head end, tail end and indication of a backbone.