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The reception of a sound creates an impulse that is carried to the CNS. What is responsible for the transmission of this impulse? A sensory neuron A spinal nerve A motor neuron

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    Hi! What do you think it should be?

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    I think it might be b

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    Neurons or nerves which transmit sensory information (sight, sound, feeling, etc.) to brain or spinal cord are called as sensory neurons.

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