For discussing the functions of different structures of all organisms.
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Including all of the relevant anatomical structures (and ending with the activation of the cranial nerve), explain how we sense spinning in a chair. What happens when the chair is suddenly stopped?
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You shoud google it for more specific details. There are these "balls" of fluid in your ears with tiny hairlike receptors that sense movement. You get dizzy because the fluid is still "sloshing" around.
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