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what are the different ways that sense organs can be classified into types?
1. special sense organs--eye ear, nose, taste buds

2. general sense organs--naked nerve endings, bulboid (krause), lamellar (pacini), tactile (meissner), bulbous (ruffini) corpuscles, golgi tendon receptors, muscle spindles
general sense organs (encapsulated) nerve endings found in the skin:
1. bulboid (krause) corp
2. lamellar (pacini) corp
3. tactile (meissner) corp
4. bulbous (ruffini) corp
general sense organ
golgi tendon receptor
junction of tendons and muscles
proprioception
sense of muscle tension
skin receptor
free nerving endings
pain
discrimitive touch
tickle
temperature
skin receptor
tactile--meissner corpusle
fingertips, lips
fine touch
low frequency vibration
skin receptor
bulbous-ruffini corpusle
finger
touch
pressure
skin receptor
lamellar--pacini corpusle
mammary glands, external genital of both sexes
pressure
high frequency vibration
skin receptor
bulboid-krause corpuscle
mucosa of lips/eyelids
external genitals
touch
possibly cold
general sense organs
muscle spindle
skeletal muscles
proprioception
sense of muscle length
eye
receptor--rods and cones
photoreceptor
vision