Sensory Organs

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Five Senses

We have five senses namely sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell.

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Five Senses
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Sensory Organs

We see by our eyes, hear by ears, taste by tongue, touch by skin and smell by nose.

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Sensory Organs
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Central Nervous System

All the 5 senses are connected to central nervous system.

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Central Nervous System
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Eyes

Our eyes allow us to see the world. Without our eyes it would be impossible to distinguish between colours. Externally they consists of pupil, eyelid, iris etc.

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Eyes
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Eyes

Eyes internally consists of retina, lens, cornea, optic nerve etc.

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Eyes
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Ears

The function of Ear is of hearing. Ear externally consists of helix, scapha, lobe etc.

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Ears
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Ears

Internally ear has different membranes, small bones and a tube which is known as auditory tube.

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Ears
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Tongue

The basic function of tongue is of taste. It refers to the ability to detect the flavor of substances such as food, certain minerals, and poisons, etc.

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Tongue
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Nose

The basic function of nose is of smell. Without nose it would be very difficult for us to differentiate between smell or odour of a particular thing.

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Nose
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Nose

Nose externally consists of apex, wing, septum etc.

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Nose
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Skin

Touch is one of the five senses. is a perception resulting from activation of neural receptors, generally in the skin including hair follicles.

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Skin
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