ZoologyRegulatory impulses are transmitted from the CNS to the effectors by the nerve fibres of 

Regulatory impulses are transmitted from the CNS to the effectors by the nerve fibres of 

  1. A

    sensory neurons

  2. B

    efferent neurons

  3. C

    interneurons

  4. D

    afferent neurons

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    Solution:

    The nerve fibres of sensory (afferent) neurons transmit impulses from tissues/organs to the CNS and the fibres of motor (efferent) neurons transmit regulatory impulses from the CNS to the concerned peripheral tissues/organs. Interneurons are found exclusively in the CNS and carry impulses from sensory neurons to motor neurons.

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