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noun, plural: proprioceptors
A sensory receptor located in the subcutaneous tissues, and is capable of detecting motion (or movement) and position of the body through a stimulus produced within the body.
Examples of proprioceptors are as follows:
Word origin: Latin proprius, one's own + receptor
Related form(s): proprioception
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