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Sensory Neuron ( Afferent )
Contains receptors that receive impuses from stimuli in tendons, skin, and motor neurons
produces myelin AND allows for regenerations ( something CNS nerves CANNOT do because they do not have neurilemma )
-attached to underside of brain
-control areas NOT controlled by spinal nerves
-attached to spinal cord
-controls impulses from all parts of the body except the tract the cranial nerves control
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