ceptor

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ceptor (plural ceptors)

  1. A receptor.
    • 2006, Daniel J. Schneck, Dorita S. Berger, Geoffrey Rowland, The Music Effect: Music Physiology and Clinical Applications (page 18)
      The ceptors convert (transduce) the various forms of energy to which they are sensitive into electrochemical bits of digitized information.

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