teleceptor

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teleceptor

 [tel´ĕ-sep″tor]
a sensory nerve terminal that is sensitive to stimuli originating at a distance. Such nerve endings exist in the eyes and ears.

teleceptor

/tele·cep·tor/ (tel´ĕ-sep″ter) a sensory nerve terminal, such as those in the eyes, ears, and nose, that is sensitive to distant stimuli.

teleceptor

, teloceptor (tel'e-sep?tor) [ tele- + (re)ceptor] Distance receptor.

teleceptor

a nerve terminal that is sensitive to stimuli originating at a distance. Such nerve endings exist in the eyes and ears.