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CHAPTER 1

The World Through Our Sense


BY: EN. KAMARUZAMAN BIN ABD SAMAD

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1.1 Sensory organ

1.2 Sense of touch

1.3 Sense of Smell

1.4 Sense of taste

1.5 Sense of hearing

1.6 Sense of sight

1.7 Light & Sight

1.8 Sound & Hearing

1.9 Plant response

Smell/Nose Touch/Skin Taste/Tongue

Senses/ Sensory Organ

Sight/Eye

Hearing/Ear

Types of Stimulation
Organ
Eye
Nose Tongue Ear Skin

Stimulation
Light
Chemical (gas/fumes) Chemical (liquid) Sound /wave Touch, pressure, pain, heat & cold

Pathway From Stimulus to Response


Control by nervous system

Stimulus

Receptor in sensory organ

Sensory nerves Brain

Response

Effectors

Motor nerves

Definition
Receptor : Special structure that are very sensitive to the stimulation Effectors: The part of the body that carry out the responses. Example: Muscle and gland.

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