Subject: Are sensory nerves physically different from 'regular' nerves?
Date: Thu May 31 12:31:32 2001
Posted by No name entered.
Grade level: grad (science)
School: No school entered.
City: No city entered. State/Province: No state entered.
Country: No country entered.
Area of science: Neuroscience
Is there any physical difference between sensory nerves/neurons and other
nerves/neurons? Or do they differ only in function? Are they formed by the
same proteins? Do all senses (vision, hearing, etc.) use sensory nerves? What
else is required to send sensory information to the central nervous system? Are
these things specific to sensory input only? Or do they also perform other
Re: Are sensory nerves physically different from 'regular' nerves?
Current Queue |
Current Queue for Neuroscience |
Try the links in the MadSci Library for more information on Neuroscience.
MadSci Home | Information |
Random Knowledge Generator |
MadSci Archives |
Mad Library | MAD Labs |
MAD FAQs |
Ask a ? |
Join Us! |
Help Support MadSci
© 1995-2001. All rights reserved.