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The impulses of this ANS division emanate from the thoracolumbar region of the spinal cord.
Most effectors are ___________ by both ANS divisions.
Parasympathetic ganglionic neuron somas are located in ________ and _______ ganglia.
Answer: terminal and intramural
This ANS division facilitates the alarm reaction.
Answer: sympathetic division
Salivary glands are stimulated by the ________ division of the ANS.
Sympathetic preganglionic neuron somas are located in __________.
Answer: lateral horn of thoracolumbar region spinal cord
Adrenergic fibers are characteristic of the ___________ division of the ANS.
Collateral ganglia contain ___________ ganglionic neuron somas.
This gland region is composed of specialized ganglionic neurons:
Answer: adrenal medulla
Ganglionic neurons of the _________ division are only cholinergic.
All ANS ganglionic neurons synapse on one of the following four effector categories.
Answer: Smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, glands, adipose tissue
All synapses in autonomic ganglia use the neurotransmitter ____________.
Nitric oxide is an active neurotransmitter for this effector: _________
Answer: blood vessels
Activation of muscarinic receptors on the heart will _________ heart rate.
Nicotinic receptors are always _________ when stimulated by acetylcholine.
True or False: Effectors in the body wall are dually innervated.
True or False: Sympathetic effectors in the head receive sympathetic impulses that have passed through the sympathetic chain.
The parasympathetic effect on airway diameter is ___________.
Answer: airway constriction
Lipolysis is an effect of innervation by the ___________ division of the ANS.
The effect of sympathetic innervation of skeletal muscle is:
Answer: increased metabolism
The __________ in the brain is the control center/beginning of ANS (visceral motor) pathways.
Sympathetic nerves contain fibers that innervate effectors here: __________
Answer: thoracic cavity
True or False: Spinal nerves lack sympathetic fibers.
True or False: Spinal nerves lack parasympathetic fibers.
Smooth muscle in blood vessels walls is innervated by the ___________ division of the ANS.
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