cerebral organs
1. (NEMERTEA)
One of paired ciliated tubes associated with the dorsal ganglion and opening to the exterior, that function as chemical sense organs.
2. (SIPUNCULA)
The anterior margin of the cerebral ganglion made up of high columnar epithelium, probably not sensory in function.

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