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5 Matching questions

  1. preganglionic synapse
  2. effects of parasympathetic ns (rest and digest)
  3. anticholinergic
  4. parasympathetic neurotransmitter
  5. Norepinephrine (NE)
  1. a acetylcholine (ACh)
  2. b -first synapse of the peripheral nerve from spinal cord
    -use ACh as neurotransmitters
    -have synapse recepters that are nicotine receptors
    -pass signal to postsynaptic neuron and smooth muscle.
  3. c sympathetic transmitter
  4. d -decrease HR and contractability
    -bronchoconstriction (spasms)
    -vasodilation
    -increase muscus
    -lower BP
    -syncope
    -pupils constrict
    -increase GI activity
    -bladder constricts
  5. e same

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. sensory nerves, carry sensory info back to the brain
  2. -increase HR
    -vasoconstriction
    -increased BP
    -pupils dilate
    -decreased digestion
    -bronchodilation
  3. same
  4. -dry airways
    -dry eyes
    -decreased urinary output
    -constipation
    -tachycardia
  5. block the muscarine receptors on the smooth muscle in the bonchioles, causing bronchodilation

5 True/False questions

  1. beta 1 agonistcause dilation in lungs

          

  2. what are the effects of the sympathetic ns releasing NE at the beta -1, alpha and beta-2 receptors on the smooth muscle?-increase HR
    -vasoconstriction
    -increased BP
    -pupils dilate
    -decreased digestion
    -bronchodilation

          

  3. Anticholinergicblock parasymphathetic nerves

          

  4. PNS-Nerves outside of brain and spinal cord
    *Somatic or voluntary (sketetal muscle)
    *Autonomic (smooth and cardiac muscles and glands)

          

  5. Efferent nervessensory nerves, carry sensory info back to the brain

          

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