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ROLE OF PERIPHERAL CHEMORECEPTORS AND CENTRAL
Classifying receptors Chemoreceptors
•Mechanoreceptors. •Photo (radiation) receptors. Classifying receptors.
Chemoreceptors of Crustaceans: Similarities to Receptors for
Control of Respiration
The peripheral chemoreceptors are found in two locations: 1. the aortic The peripheral chemoreceptors monitor the PCO2, pH and PO2 of arterial blood.
Increased Peripheral Chemoreceptors Sensitivity and Exercise
increased peripheral and central chemoreceptor sensitivity.

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Chiltepin peppers, spice and medicine
The heat is due to the chemical capsaicin which is an irritant to chemoreceptors in the skin and mucus membranes in mammals. How hot? The Scoville scale measures the amount of capsaicin in peppers.

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Chemoreceptor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A chemoreceptor, also known as chemosensor, is a sensory receptor that transduces a chemical signal into an action potential.
Peripheral chemoreceptors - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chemoreceptors - definition of Chemoreceptors in the Medical
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CV Physiology: Chemoreceptors
chemoreceptor regulation of cardiovascular function.
Animation: Chemoreceptor Reflex Control of Blood Pressure

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