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Human brain and senses. Artwork of a human brain, seen obliquely from the front, with the five senses shown. These are the visual organs (vision, the eyes), the olfactory organ (smell, the nose, nerves shown between the eyes), the gustatory organ (taste, the tongue), the tactile sense (touch, finger at upper right), and the organ of hearing and balance (the ear). The brain is the nerve centre controlling bodily function and thought. For the senses, it interprets nerve signals received from the rest of the body and initiates the appropriate responses.
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