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sensors called

  • the reception of external and internal stimuli in living beings; see sensory
    • in the narrower sense of the word: the reception of stimuli via specialized sensory organs (in humans: eyes, ears, nose, tongue) as an antithesis to sensitivity
  • a specialty in food analysis; see sensors (food testing)
  • a subject in measurement and control technology; see sensors (technology)

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