The Macula is the receptor for static equilibrium.
macula for static equilibrium and cristae for dynamic equilibrium. All are found in the inner ear.
No. Semicircular canals are located in the vestibule of the ear and are membranous that contain receptor cells; semicircular ducts house dynamic equilibrium receptors and contain an enlarged region and a receptor region and that respond to angular motion.
which receptor is involved in the sense of rotational equilibrium
The semicircular canal is found in the inner ear and is responsible for individuals being able to keep their balance. There is a sort of bulbous structure at the end of the semicircular canal called the ampulla which is where the receptors of equilibrium are located.
semicircular ducts have an enlarged swelling at one end called an ampulla, which houses an equilibrium receptor region called a crista ampullaris
The three have this in common: - Balance - Stimulation of hair cells that generate impulse carried by the vestibular branch of cranial VIII.
estrogen receptor, progesterone receptor, interleukin-2 receptor, and epidermal growth factor receptor.
The receptors for static equilibrium are located in the inner ear of humans.