Similar Questions

  • Answer: Sensory receptors are a type of sensory nerve. The sensoryreceptors that are specialized to respond to light energy arecalled stimuli.
  • Answer: Cutaneous sensory receptors in the skin are part of the somatosensory portion of the nervous system.
  • Answer: If your born with sensory loss you are used to it so its not a hard to deal with it but is u aquire sensory loss you have to over come it and it is harder to adapt to.
  • Answer: they change when the enviorement changes
    ps.sorry about my spelling
  • Answer: Acute Adaptation is the process by which a species becomes more specialised to suit the demands of its environment. It can be seen as a favourable response to internal changes and external stimuli. For example, developing an immunity or acquiring new behaviours that change diet or shelter patterns.
  • Answer: an epic version to red riding hood in the ghetto with crime and action!
  • Answer: Chronic adaptations changes that occur as a result of repeated regular exercise and activity
  • Answer: Dual adaptation is a marketing strategy designed by Philip Kotler.It is for companies which introduce their products in a newcountry. It means that you adapt the product to the local market,but also adapt for the commercial message.
  • Answer: Functional adaptation is where the bone adapts to altered physical stimuli, dietary changes, or injury. Dietary calcium and vitamins play important roles in maintaining skeletal health, but high-fat diets are pervasive in western cultures and may contribute to the increasing prevalence of osteoporosis and incidence of related hip fractures. Exercise helps maintain bone mass and counter osteoporosis, but exercise can also have detrimental effects-particularly for immature bone. Some negative exercise effects may also be linked to diet. For example, insufficient dietary protein during exercise can impair bone development and remodeling. Bone remodeling is a potent example of tissue repair. Chronically altered loading after a joint injury, however, can result in remodeling processes that can be detrimental to the joint. Anterior cruciate ligament injury, for example, commonly leads to osteoarthritis. Early changes in the periarticular cancellous bone may play a role in the development of knee osteoarthritis. Although these factors influence skeletal health, the mechanisms remain unclear by which bone interprets its environment and responds to mechanical stimuli or injury. To understand why different levels of exercise are beneficial or detrimental or why altered joint loading leads to changes in periarticular bone structure, underlying mechanisms must be understood by which bone interprets its mechanical environment.A functional adaption in something that an animal, human or thing needs to be able to function. If something was living on the moon it would have to have functional adaptions to be able to function.
  • Answer: For one, it has lots of cytoplasm, to support the many divisions that it undergoes.
    And the second adaptation, when a sperm cell interacts with it, the cell membrane changes immediately, to become impenetrable to any other sperm cells.

Define adaptation of sensory receptors?

  • When a stimulus is applied for a prolonged period, the rate of receptor response slows and our conscious awareness of the stimulus declines or is lost until some type of stimulus change occurs.

Add Comment & Answer

Name: *

Answers and Comments