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*  Sense - Wikipedia
In the brain, olfaction is processed by the olfactory system. Olfactory receptor neurons in the nose differ from most other ... Interoceptive senses are senses that perceive sensations in internal organs. Non-human animals may possess senses that are ... Exteroceptive senses are senses that perceive the body's own position, motion, and state, known as proprioceptive senses. ... By using a variety of sense receptors, plants sense light, gravity, temperature, humidity, chemical substances, chemical ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sense
*  Cephalopod: Facts, Discussion Forum, and Encyclopedia Article
Instead of vision, the animal is thought to use olfaction. Olfaction. Olfaction is the sense of smell. This sense is mediated ... Senses. Cephalopods have advanced vision, can detect gravity with statocyst. Statocyst. The statocyst is a balance sensory ... s, and have a variety of chemical sense organs. Octopuses use their tentacles to explore their environment and can use them for ... The genus Allonautilus contains two species of nautiluses, which differ significantly in terms of morphology from those placed ...
  http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Cephalopod
*  Human Physiology/Senses - Wikibooks, open books for an open world
1. Located under the hardest bone in the body, these control not only hearing but also a sense of gravity and motion:. A) The ... Disorders of Olfaction[edit]. Anosmia. Anosmia is the lack of olfaction, or a loss of the sense of smell. It can be either ... Sense can also differ from one person to the next. Take taste for an example: what may taste great to one person will taste ... The senses and their operation, classification, and theory are overlapping topics studied by a variety of fields. Many ...
  https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Human_Physiology/Senses
*  HUMAN PERFORMANCE CAPABILITIES
This section contains the following topics:. 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Vision. 4.3 Auditory System. 4.4 Olfaction and Taste. 4.5 ... Kinesthesia is the sense mediated by end organs located in muscles, tendons, and joints, and stimulated by body movements and ... f. Space and Motion Sickness - It is assumed that the mechanism of SAS and 1-G motion sickness are similar, but are similar, ... However, Reaction Time should not be slowed in micro-gravity as it has more to do with motivation and the effects of ...
  https://msis.jsc.nasa.gov/sections/section04.htm
*  Sensory Systems/NonPrimates - Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Chordotonal organs are sense organs thought to be solely responsive to extension, though they remain relatively unknown. The ... JO is not only important to perceive sound, but also to gravity [20] and wind [21] sensing. Using GAL4 enhancer trap lines in ... These chordotonal organs are widely distributed throughout the insect's body and differ in their function: proprioceptors are ... Spiders use their secondary eyes for sensing motion, while their principal eyes allow shape and object recognition. In contrast ...
  https://en.m.wikibooks.org/wiki/Sensory_Systems/NonPrimates
*  Bodily Awareness (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
... it is even controversial that every external sense, including olfaction for example, meets all the constraints posited by visuo ... and two otolith organs, which are sensitive to the pull of gravity. ... I see the world by opening my eyes and in so doing, I feel the motion of my eyelid. I feel that my legs are crossed and that my ... This entry will focus on three main questions: (i) How does the awareness of one's body differ from the awareness of other ...
  https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/bodily-awareness/
*  Cephalopod - Wikipedia
Senses[edit]. Cephalopods have advanced vision, can detect gravity with statocysts, and have a variety of chemical sense organs ... Instead of vision, the animal is thought to use olfaction as the primary sense for foraging, as well as locating or identifying ... Other classifications differ, primarily in how the various decapod orders are related, and whether they should be orders or ... The Wikibook Dichotomous Key has a page on the topic of: Cephalopoda. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inkfish