Ch. 49: Sensory and Motor Mechanism. What is Sensory Reception?. Sensory reception- the detection of the energy of a stimulus by sensory cells Sensory receptors- specialized neurons or epithelial cells that exist singly or in groups with other cell types within sensory organs; eyes and ears
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Ch. 49: Sensory and Motor Mechanism
Ca+2 ATPase of SR
A band = thick filaments = myosin
I band = thin filaments = actin
Myosin tails together & heads pointed away from center of sarcomere
Put it all together…