6a - Autonomic Nervous System

P 16 15 glossopharyngeal nerve increase in blood

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Unformatted text preview: eal nerve Increase in blood pressure detected by carotid baroreceptors Common carotid artery Integration in medulla oblongata releasses acetylcho decreases Vagus nerve Terminal ganglion Heart rate decreases, causing blood pressure to decrease Heart 16-16 Glossopharyngeal nerve Decrease in blood pressure detected by carotid baroreceptors Integration in medulla oblongata Common carotid artery Spinal cord Sympathetic nerve (b) Sympathetic chain ganglia Heart rate increases, causing blood pressure to increase rel eas es no re pi net hri 16-17 Generalization of the ANS 1. Both divisions produce stimulatory and inhibitory effects depends on target tissue 2. Most organs receive sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation 3. Opposing effects due to innerveation of 4. Produce Cooperative effects adrenal gralnd by several organs work together to have an effect sympathetic n.s longer symp 5. General versus localized effects para effect because of ciruclatoin hormones paradoxical fear is exception, lose control over sludd 6. Rest versus activityemergency, excitment, mroe e's flight or fight rest and digest system, sludd responses, salivation, lacrimation, urination defecation digestion, 16-18...
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