Published 11.05.2018 on subject Biology by Guest

Which statement explains the difference between a nerve that is connected to the skin and a nerve that is connected to a muscle? The nerve that is connected to skin is a motor neuron; the nerve that is connected to a muscle is a sensory neuron. The nerve that is connected to skin receives stimuli information from the external environment; the nerve that is connected to a muscle receives processed stimuli information from the brain. The nerve that is connected to skin is part of the central nervous system; the nerve that is connected to a muscle is part of the peripheral nervous system. The nerve that is connected to skin helps the body maintain homeostasis; the nerve that is connected to a muscle supports the body so it can stand upright.