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What part of the peripheral nervous system transmits sensory messages?

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What part of the peripheral nervous system transmits sensory messages?

The Peripheral Nervous System:

The peripheral nervous system is the collection of nerves and neurons that are not part of the brain or spinal cord. This system can be further divided into sensory and motor divisions. The motor division can be divided into autonomic and somatic.

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The part of the peripheral nervous system that transmits sensory messages is the sensory nervous system. This part of the nervous system collects...

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Sensory Neurons: Definition & Function

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