[31.] Lyons KM (1973b) The epidermis and sense organs
of the Monogenea and some related groups.
VENTRAL PSEUDOCELLUS (PSO FORMULA) AND NUMBER OF VESICLES IN POSTANTENNAL SENSE ORGAN
(PAO) FOR SPECIES OF DEUTERAPHORURA GROUP WITH DORSAL (PSO) FORMULA AS 32/033/33353.
body, constituted by what passes in and out via the sense organs
Given the same physical objects or phenomena, the sense organs
of all people do not respond equally to these stimuli, nor do their minds interpret or perceive sensory signals identically.
The object actualizes in the sense organ
a potency in order to perceive so that formally speaking the sensorial organ becomes what the object is.
These authors give the following sense organ
formula: 6 pp, 2 cs, 2 dp, 6 trs, 4 vp and no cibarial teeth.
(8) All expenditures for vision products and hearing aids are attributed to diseases of the nervous system and sense organs
The survey says that of the $6.5 billion spent on R&D in 1988 (the latest year for which statistics are available) 25.1% of the funds went to cardiovascular medicine; 18.5% to neoplasms, endocrine and metabolic therapies; 14.6% to central nervous system and sense organ
drugs; 13.9% to anti-infectives; 5.4% to respiratory medicines; and 22.5% to all other categories, including biologicals and dermatologicals.
7 No prelabral microsetae; sensillum of sense organ
1 : awareness (as of noise or heat) or a mental process (as seeing or smelling) resulting from stimulation of a sense organ
<I felt a tingling sensation in my leg.>
3) A minute body on the surface of a sea urchin, thought to be a sense organ
Observations on the ultrastructure of a cephalic sense organ
of the nematode Mermis nigrescens.