sensory hair

NOUN
  1. a long stiff hair growing from the snout or brow of most mammals as e.g. a cat
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How To Use sensory hair In A Sentence

  • These legs or cirri are usually formed in a feather like shape and have tiny sensory hairs called setae which cover the cirri. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • The sensory hair cells in a human ear at 4600x, enfiled in marching crescent-shapes, are almost miraculously uniform. A World Ready for Its Close-Up
  • It opened last June and doesn't come cheap, but it does represent ultimate pampering, including a Sensory hair and beauty section with four deluxe treatment rooms, hair dressing salon, relaxation room and sunbed solarium.
  • The difference between the motion of the fish and the otoliths stimulate cilia on the sensory hair cells that are located in the inner ear.
  • Uniquely, a butterfly's outer body is covered by tiny sensory hairs and the wings are covered by scales.
  • Specifically, we find that the TM is more rigid toward the inner zones where the tissue attaches to the modiolus and generally softest in the neighborhood of the sensory hair cells.
  • These legs or cirri are usually formed in a feather like shape and have tiny sensory hairs called setae that cover the cirri. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • This variation is not trivial functionally, because these sensory hairs help the insect navigate through the air.
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