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The basic precursor for the synthesis of all catecholamines
amino acid, tyrosine.
Ach is liberated into synaptic cleft through an
Neurotransmitter released by postganglionic SYMPATHETIC axons is
Neurotransmitter released by postganglionic PARAsympathetic axons is
Neurotransmitter released by both PREganglionic sympathetic and parasympathetic axons is
Most organs receive dual sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation. but Some organs receive only sympathetic innervation..
(Spleen, Sweat Glands, Piloerector Muscles, Most Blood Vessels).
the biosynthesis of acetylcholine in cholinergic neurons is achieved by the ... and this reaction is mediated by the enzyme ...
acetylation of the substrate, choline,
who is the donor of acetyl group in the acetylcholine synthesis?
whats the enzyme that is responsible for the biosynthesis of Dopamine?
I-aromatic amino acid decarboxylase (Iaad)
whats the enzyme that is responsible for the biosynthesis of Epinephrine?
whats the enzyme that is responsible for the biosynthesis of Norepinephrine?
Most somatic nerves who control motor function and transmit impulses rapidly are?
Most autonomic nerves that conduct impulses relatively slowly are?
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