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afferent (sensory) smell: nose


afferent (sensory) sight: eye


efferent (motor) voluntary motor: levator of eyelid; superior, medial, and inferior recti; inferior oblique muscle of the eyeball. Autonomic: smooth muscle of eyeball.


efferent (motor) voluntary motor: superior oblique muscle of eyeball


afferent (sensory) touch, pain: skin of face, mucous membranes of nose, sinuses, mouth, anterior tongue.
efferent (motor) voluntary motor: muscles of mastication


efferent (motor) voluntary motor: lateral rectus muscle of eyeball


afferent (sensory) taste: anterior tongue
efferent (motor) voluntary motor: facial muscles. Autonomic: lacrimal, submandibular, and sublingual glands

vestibulocochlear (acoustic nerve)

afferent (sensory) hearing: ear; balance: ear


afferent (sensory) touch, pain: posterior tongue, pharynx. taste: posterior tongue
efferent (motor) voluntary motor: unimportant muscle of pharynx autonomic: parotid gland


afferent (sensory) touch, pain: pharynx, larynx, bronchi. taste: tongue, epiglottis
efferent (motor) voluntary motor: muscles of palate, pharynx, and larynx. Autonomic: thoracic and abdominal viscera


efferent (motor) voluntary motor: sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscle


efferent (motor) voluntary motor: muscles of tongue.

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