Bell-Magendie law refers to the observation that the dorsal roots of the spinal cord carry sensory information and that the ventral roots carry motor information toward the muscles and glands Moreover, it states that there are two (2) types of nerves : 1. sensory nerves carrying impulses from the sense receptors to the brain; and 2. Motor nerves carrying impulses from the brain to the muscles and glands of the body.

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