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AP/CNS Since all APs generated by a given nerve fiber have the same magnitude, how does the CNS "know" whether a stimulus is strong or weak? ...otentials) per second. This is a low frequency, i.e. number APs/second. The second factor which governs the sensation of strong or weak is the number of sensory neurons activated and involved in sending neural impulses to the CNS. A light touch n...


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