What Is the Function of the Sensory Nerves?

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The function of the sensory nerves is to transmit impulses inwards from the sense organs to the central nervous system which includes the spinal cord and the brain. This keeps the brain informed of what is happening to and inside the body through the receptors.
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cranial nerve I: olfactory:smell cranial nerve II:optic:vision cranial nerve III: oculomotor: 4 of 6 eye muscles cranial nerve IV: trochlear: cranial nerve V: Trigeminal cranial nerve
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