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transmitters_receptors - Tissue Effect Receptor Stomach...

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Effects of transmitters on body tissues Transmitter: acetylcholine Tissue Effect Receptor Voluntary muscle Contraction N (Nicotinic) Stomach Contraction Acid secretion M (Muscarinic) M Intestine Contraction M Bladder Contraction M Salivary glands Secretion M Lachrymal glands Secretion (tears) M Sweat glands Secretion (sweating) M Eye Constriction of pupil Accommodation for close vision M M Heart Slowing of heartbeat M Airways Contraction Secretion of mucus M M Blood vessels in sex organs Dilation (erection and swelling) M Blood vessels in the face Dilation (blushing) M Transmitter: norepinephrine (noradrenaline) or the hormone epinephrine (adrenaline)
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Unformatted text preview: Tissue Effect Receptor Stomach Relaxation and ( 2 ) Intestine Relaxation and ( 2 ) Bladder Relaxation and Salivary glands Secretion Eye Dilation of pupil Heart Increased rate and force ( 1 ) Blood vessels Contraction Relaxation ( 2 ) Kidney Rennin secretion Airways Relaxation ( 2 ) Male sex organs Contraction of muscles (ejaculation) Liver Release of glucose and HO HO H C CH 2 NH 2 OH H 3 C C O CH 2 CH 2 O N CH 3 CH 3 CH 3 HO HO CH CH 2 NH OH CH 3 + acetylcholine norepinephrine epinephrine...
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2011 for the course CHEM 004 taught by Professor Zysmilich during the Spring '06 term at GWU.

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