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Unit 1:
Ch. 1
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Interlude A
Unit 2:
Ch. 4
Ch. 5
Ch. 6
Ch. 7
Ch. 8
Ch. 9
Interlude B
Unit 3:
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Ch. 12
Ch. 13
Ch. 14
Ch. 15
Interlude C
Unit 4:
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Ch. 18
Ch. 19
Interlude D
Unit 5:
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Ch. 23
Ch. 24
Ch. 25
Ch. 26
Ch. 27
Ch. 28
Ch. 29
Ch. 30
Interlude E
Unit 6:
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Interlude F
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Ch. 38
Interlude G
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26.1: Tutorial: Receptors in the skin
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This tutorial explores the different types of sensory receptors in the skin that provide detailed information about mechanical stimuli.

26.2: Activity: The human ear
ThumbnailLearn how the anatomy of the human ear allows it to convert tiny, rapid changes in air pressure into movements that mechanoreceptors can detect.

26.3: Activity: The human eye
ThumbnailReview the anatomy of the human eye, and learn how individual neurons in the retina carry information from photoreceptor cells to the brain.

26.1: Process Animation: The human ear
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26.2: Process Animation: The human eye
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