Sensory neurons carrying information into the spinal cord synapse at the    .................. horn. Motor commands exiting the spinal cord are generated in the............... horn. The interneurons that process sensory information and determine the appropriate motor output are found in the.................... matter of the spinal cord.  The myelinated axons of the neurons carrying information to and from the brain are found in the .............. matter.

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Sensory neurons carrying information into the spinal cord synapse at the    .................. horn.

Motor commands exiting the spinal cord are generated in the............... horn.

The interneurons that process sensory information and determine the appropriate motor output are found in the.................... matter of the spinal cord. 

The myelinated axons of the neurons carrying information to and from the brain are found in the .............. matter.

 

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