GR - The Autonomic Nervous System II

GR - The Autonomic Nervous System II - Guided Reading The...

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Guided Reading - The Autonomic Nervous System II 1. Stimulation of the iris by parasympathetic nerves stimulates pupillary constriction. True False 2. Salivary secretions are decreased and become thicker in response to sympathetic stimulation. True False 3. Sympathetic and parasympathetic neurons generally release different neurotransmitters to their smooth muscle effector cells, which is why these neurons often have antagonistic effects. True False 4. Beta-adrenergic receptors stimulate the production of cAMP. True False 5. Autonomic motor neurons leaving the spinal cord synapse once prior to synapsing with the target organ. True False 6. Organs innervated by autonomic motor neurons are often under voluntary control. True False 7. _____________ is a muscarinic antagonist derived from the nightshade plant. A. Clonidine B. Nicotine C. Atropine D. Bradykinin 8. Postganglionic axons which do not secrete either catecholamines or acetylcholine may secrete A. ATP. B. nitric oxide.
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course MCB 32 taught by Professor Smiley during the Fall '11 term at Cal Poly.

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