Sensory receptors are responsible for perceiving information, which they convert into a nerve impulse. The nerve impulse travels to the brain and produces a feeling.

Classification according to the stimuli they receive: interaction activity

- SIGHT:  how your eyes work

- HEARING: interactive ear tool

- TOUCH: the skin

- SMELL AND TASTE: why are they related

Effectors organs: the answer to the stimulus through our body is possible due to the relationship between the muscles (active) and the bones (passive).

- BONES: skeletons' facts

- MUSCLES: opposite muscles

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