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D identify mechanoreceptor location and function

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d. Identify mechanoreceptor location and function. Mechanonreceptors are structure in the body that enalbes people to experience physical sensation. They feed tactile information to the brain so the brain processes it. 3. Return to the main Autonomic Nervous System homepage to investigate the control centers . a. Identify the main ANS control centers. The ANS comprises the brain and various types of nerves, including afferent nerves which carry sensory impulses from all parts of the body to the brain and efferent nerves through which “messages are conducted from the brain to the muscles and all of the organs of the body. b. Identify the following.
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4. Return, once again, to the main Autonomic Nervous System homepage. This time, explore Motor Pathways . a. Describe ANS motor pathways. Neural pathways., spinal cord, nerves. b. Identify the following. 5. Back you go to the main Autonomic Nervous System homepage. Explore Neurotransmitters . a. Identify cholinergic and adrenergic neuron secretions and generally define their functions. Autonomic receptors are broadly divided into those for ACH (cholinergic receptors) and those for catecholamies such as NE or EPI (adrengic receptors) Regulations of function of different organs depends to the greater or lesser extent on alpha or beta receptor. b. Identify the following.
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6. Return one last time to the main Autonomic Nervous System homepage and investigate Visceral Effectors. a. Identify the two opposing divisions of the ANS. The sympathetic nervous system, and the parasympathetic nervous system. b. Define visceral effectors. Any muscles gland found within the cavities of the body and controlled by the ans, vital organs smooth muscle.
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