07 practice-key

07 practice-key - 1 ACh 2 ACh 3 NE 4 EPI 5 ACh 6 ACh 7 NE 8...

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Answers to Lesson 7 Practice Set Autonomic Nervous System Part 1 1. PostS 2. PreP 3. SymE 4. PreS 5. PreP 6. PreP 7. PostS 8. SymE 9. PostP 10. PreS 11. PostS, PostP 12. PostS, PostP 13. PostS, PostP, ParaE (and a few SymE) 14. PreP 15. PostS, PostP 16. PostS, PostP 17. PostS 18. PostS, PostP, ParaE (and a few SymE) 19. PostS, PostP 20. PostS, PostP 21. PostS, PostP 22. PreP 23. PostS 24. PostP 25. PostP 26. PostS 27. PreP 28. PostS, PostP 29. PostS, PostP 30. PostS, PostP 31. SymE 32. ParaE Part 2 1. SCG, CG, EG 2. AM 3. EG 4. None 5. SCG, CG, AM 6. None 1
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7. EG 8. None 9. BS, IN S2–S4 10. IC T1–L2, IN S2–S4, BS, EG 11. BS 12. IN S2–S4 13. IC T1–L2 14. SCG, CG 15. AM 16. SCG, CG 17. EG (and a few in sympathetic ganglia) 18. SCG, CG, AM, EG 19. None Part 3
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Unformatted text preview: 1. ACh 2. ACh 3. NE 4. EPI 5. ACh 6. ACh 7. NE 8. ACh 9. ACh 10. N 11. N 12. AR 13. N 14. 0 15. M, AR 16. 0 17. N 18. M, AR 19. M, AR 20. ACh 21. N 22. ACh 23. M, AR 24. ACh 25. N 26. AR 27. NE 2 Part 4 : Physiological effects 1. S 2. S & P 3. S 4. S 5. S & P 6. S 7. S 8. S & P 9. S 10. P 11. S & P 12. S 13. S & P 14. S & P 15. S 16. P 17. P 18. S 19. S 20. P 21. S 22. P 23. S 24. P 25. S 26. P 27. S 28. S 29. S 30. S 31. S 32. S 33. S 34. S 35. S 36. P 37. There is typically “ongoing” or tonic sympathetic activity to blood vessels. A decrease in that activity produces dilation, while increases in that activity produce constriction. 38. Ejaculation in males, smooth muscle contraction of orgasm in females 39. Please answer this one yourself! 3...
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