sympathetic Controls blood pressure even at rest sympathetic Increases the

Sympathetic controls blood pressure even at rest

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sympathetic Controls blood pressure, even at rest sympathetic Increases the activity of the urinary system parasympathetic Is in charge of body temperature regulation sympathetic Makes you sweat when you’re nervous parasympathetic Helps you digest your double cheeseburger with French fries parasympathetic 5. hypothalamus 6. Preganglionic, lateral, T2-L2, thoracolumbar 7. 23, truck, chain 8. Ventral, gray, sweat, vascular, arrector pili 9. Medulla, epinephrine, adrenaline, norepinephrine 10. Somatic, viscera, referred pain 11. Acetylcholine, norepinephrine 12. Epinephrine, hormone 13. Cholinergic, adrenergic 14. Cholinergic, nicotinic, muscarinic, adrenergic, alpha, beta 15. Tissue/organ Adrenergic receptor Adipose tissue B3 Predominantly heart B1 Lungs B2
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Blood vessels of the skin A1 16. Inborn, intrinsic, involuntary 17. Learned, acquired 18. Spinal cord, skeletal, muscle, Golgi tendon 19. Length of a specific muscle, activated, contraction, stretch 20. Tone, postural 21. Quadriceps, contract, hamstrings, relax, reciprocal 22. Excessive stretch 23. Flexor, withdraw, withdraw, painful 24. Crossed extensor, flexor, extensor, contralateral 25. Cutaneous Apply Your Knowledge 1. The gallbladder had inflammation which then causes others parts of the body to feel discomfort. 2. The visceral reflex 3. Reflex of the ANS, visceral reflex, musculocutaneous nerve, brachial plexus, abducens 4. Golgi tendon reflex 5. Reciprocal inhibition is important for stretch reflexes because it helps the muscles on one side of the joint while the other side relaxes.
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