DvorakH at starbase1.caltech.edu (Hannah Dvorak) writes:
>In article <8AB22AA.0E53000E32.uuout at dkb.dk>, lars.thomsen at dkb.dk (LARS
>> To : All
>>>> I was wondering if any one remembered good examples of
>> sensory neurones with the cell bodies close to the
>> location of the stimulus.
>Sure - photoreceptors.
I would say that nocireceptors (Pacinian corpuscles, Merkels disks, etc.)
were close to the stimulus, but photons of course travel all the way to
the photoreceptors, and into them ;-) Just my 2 cents.
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