senso-, sens-, sensi-, sensori-, sent-
(Latin: feeling, sensation, perception through the senses, to be aware, to discern by the senses)
The words in this list refer either to physical or mental perceptions, or a combination of both. These elements come from Latin sentire, to feel, and the related element sensus, feeling, perception (in both the physical and mental perspectives).
This may be simple temperature, blood pressure, or heart rate, or a more sophisticated determination of chemicals and enzymes in body fluids.
The biosensor may be used in the laboratory or placed within the body.2. A device to monitor and to transmit information about biological processes; such as, the effect of motion on an animal in space.
3. An apparatus for detecting chemical, or physical, signals that provide information about specific biological activities.
Blood pressure, or heart monitors and systems, that use live organisms are types of biosensors.
2. Practical judgment derived from experience rather than just from study alone: "Marie used common sense when she went hiking by always carrying a bottle of water with her."
"A large group of people can seldom come to a consensus."
Consensus is an agreement or opinion which should be sound, but not all sound or a general agreement where all men have a perfect right to their opinions, provided they agree with ours; and it’s the result of a group discussion in which, singly, a person can do nothing, but together they can decide that nothing can be done.
2. Agreement in opinion or feeling: "Sarah asked her father for his advice and consent about her college major."