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Sensory receptors in the body _____. respond to the stimulus to help maintain homeostasis send signals to the proper areas of the body regarding the stimulus detect changes of internal or external environmental stimulus
Sensory receptors in the body send signals to the proper areas of the body regarding the stimulus.
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