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A Cell (Or Group of Cells) in a Sense Organ Which is Sensitive to a Particular Type of Stimulus is Called : (A) Interceptor (B) Effector (C) Receptor (D) Acceptor - Science

A cell (or group of cells) in a sense organ which is sensitive to a particular type of stimulus is called :

(a) interceptor
(b) effector
(c) receptor
(d) acceptor

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Solution

(c) receptor

A receptor is a cell (or a group of cells) which present in a sense organ and is sensitive to a particular type of stimulus such as light, sound, smell, taste, heat or pressure.

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Lakhmir Singh Class 10 Biology (Science)
Chapter 2 Control and Coordination
Q 59 | Page 117
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