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c. describethe enteric nervous system of the digestive tract and explain itssignificance.
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The submucous plexus, as its name implies, is buried in the submucosa.Its principal role is in sensing the environment within the lumen, regulatinggastrointestinal blood flow and controlling epithelial cell function. In regionswhere these functions are minimal, such as the esophagus, the submucousplexus is sparse and may actually be missing in sections.Section 15.3a. name the neurotransmitters employed at different synapses ofthe ANS;
b. name the receptors for these neurotransmitters and explain howthey relate to autonomic effects;
c. explain how the ANS controls many target organs through dualinnervation;most viscera receive nerve fibers from both parasympathetic andsympathetic divisions
d. explain how control is exerted in the absence of dual innervation.
Section 15.4
a. describe how the autonomic nervous system is influenced by thecentral nervous system.
Chapter 16- SENSE ORGANSSection 16.1 b. define receptor and sense organ;

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Term
Spring
Professor
MCANDREW
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Physiology, Human Anatomy, cells, Medulla oblongata
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