Sensory Neuron


Sensory neurons, also known as afferent neurons, carry signals from the receptor in the body towards the central nervous system. Dendrites of the sensory neurons collect the signals from the receptors in the skin, eye, nose and other sensory organs, and carry them towards the central nervous system. The stimuli are transferred to the cell body and then to the axons. These axons join with the other dendrites of the neurons and so on; this is the way sensory stimulus is transferred to the spinal cord and the brain.

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