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sensory

(less commonly), sensorial
1. of or relating to the senses or the power of sensation
2. of or relating to those processes and structures within an organism that receive stimuli from the environment and convey them to the brain
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The researchers exposed fat-free milk to LEDs and fluorescent light to compare the sensory thresholds of exposure, the flavor profile of milk produced by these exposures and resultant consumer acceptance of the samples.
That compound imparts butter, soft and cheese odour and due to low sensory threshold is of great importance to the final aroma [24,28].
Sensory thresholds and motor responsiveness in thyroid disease: their responses to treatment and warming.
Subjects were randomly divided into 3 groups determined by TENS stimulus intensity as follows: control (C), sensory threshold (ST), and 1.
4) When threshold is operationally defined as a percent point on the psychometric function, a change in parameter [lambda] can affect the location of this operationally defined threshold without any actual change in the sensory threshold that would be observed for perfectly reliable observers for whom [lambda] = 0.
11) For example, we commonly encounter elderly patients whose vibration sensation in the toes is said to be decreased, when in fact the reduced sensory threshold is only an age-related change.
Critical Issues Facing Your Growing Brewery; A Journey in Brewing-Continuous Learnings as Captured in Fishbone Diagrams; and Sensory Threshold Testing.
An illustrative example is an experiment to evaluate the sensory threshold to a light source.
Prolongation of the pudendal nerve sensory threshold is consistent with transient demyelination, Dr.
6 313 Discri- discrimination paths to be mination - equal, and the three sensory Threshold to be equal (i.
Some children have a low sensory threshold so any slight noise or distraction keeps them awake.