|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|receptors for hearing are located in the||0.68||1||8330||68|
|receptors in the body||1.17||1||1164||46|
|receptors for olfaction are located||0.13||0.5||7097||96|
|receptors and effectors||0.56||0.1||6839||94|
|receptors for hearing||0.37||0.8||4127||66|
|receptors nervous system||0.86||0.9||9891||43|
|receptors for the general senses are found||1.13||0.1||4753||10|
|receptorski portal edavki||0.61||0.4||8788||14|
|receptors in the skin||1.35||0.9||158||95|
|receptors for the special senses are found||1.16||0.5||3930||38|
|receptors for temperature and touch||0.3||0.9||1855||76|
|receptors for kinesthesis are located in||1.76||0.6||6012||68|
|receptors that detect chemicals are called||1.74||0.8||6402||10|
Receptor theory. [[Receptor theory is a theory that explains the mechanism of receptor activation and describes models which seek to accurately explain drug affects. Pharmacological receptor models had preceded accurate knowledge of receptors for many years.What is the role of a receptor?
Role of receptors. CNS recieves infomation from internal and external environments through variety of sense cells and organs called receptors, each responding to a different tye of stimulus. is specific to a single type of stimulus - responds only to mechanical pressure. produces a generator potential by acting as a transducer.What is an example of a receptor?
An example of a tonic receptor is a pain receptor. Once it gets stimulated, it sends a signal along the nerves to the brain as long as the pain stimulus continues.A Pacinian corpuscle is an example of a phasic receptor.