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Autonomic tone is what kind of level of activity?
A continuous level of spontaneous activity
How is autonomic tone maintained?
Maintained even in the absence of stimuli
What is dual innervation?
Receiving instructions from both sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions
Where does dual innervation occur?
In many vital organs
The effects of dual innervation may be what?
Complementary or opposite
What kind of innervation has responses that vary depending on the type of receptor stimulated?
sympathetic innervation (only)
In organs with only sympathetic the responses are what?
response vary depending on type of receptor stimulated
Example of dual innervation?
PNS > sphincter pupillae muscle
SNS > dilator pupillae muscles
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