Bacteriostatic & Bactericidal
Selective Toxicity: Disruption of Bacterial Cell Wall, Inhibition of an enzyme unique to Bacteria, Disruption of
bacterial protein synthe
Exam #2 !
Peripheral Nervous System Pharmacology!
Oct. 18, 2013
PMY 405 /511
18 October 2013
For each question you are asked to select the response that
BEST addresses or answers the question.
There are 34 questions on 8 pages.
Pharmacology Exam #2
1. Bradycardia Decrease in sympathetic nervous system and increase in
parasympathetic nervous system
a. Bradycardia is an overly decreased heart rate. This is best
characterized by a decrease in the sympathetic nervous response,
CNS Reflex Arch
Enteric Nervous System: Non-adrenergic, non-cholinergic systems in some
autonomic effector tissues. Local neurons synthesize, release, and or respond
to a variety of neuroactive substances including ATP, VIP, GABA, CGRP, CCK,