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Visural cell neurons in the cell body in CNN is called

Preganglia

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When it leaves CNN preganglonic will do what

Synapses with ganglonic neuron

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Autonomic motor neurons do what

Conduct imbluses to both smooth cardiac muscles and glands

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Sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system is also called

Theocratic lumbar division

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Parasympathetic is the cranial

Sacred division

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You are fine three ganglia neurons of the auto gnomic nervous system both and what

Brain stem and lateral horns of the spinal cord

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Specialize ganglionic sympathetic neurons are also released

In the adrenal glands

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75% of all parasympathetic alpos is on the what nerve

Vegas nerve

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Pregangliconic does what in the parasympathetic

Exit the brain stem

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Long post, short pre

Sympathetic

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Long pre, short post

Parasympathetic

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The adrenal medulla is responsible for

The hormones of epinifra and unepfranifa

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Acedo coleen releases to find what

Sympathetic chained ganglia

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Gives us head position within gravity

Intracta and sacel

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Increases sweat secertion, reduces circulation to skin dialation to the pupil and increases the blood flow to the skeletal muscles

The sympathetic fibers

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Uses neuro-transmitter called autonergic

Nor-effren

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Open chemically gates sodium ions channels

Nicatenic receptors

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Mucaeinic are activated by

Acedo Colleen

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Proteins in plasma membrane activated by C.A.M pee levels that are effected

Adretic receptors

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Epfriene activates both

Alpha and beta

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Nor-ephedrin

Only activated alpha

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Levels of stimulation can both effect the diameter of respiratory passages

Sympathetic and parasympathetic

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Causes increase in gastric motility

Parasympathetic stimulation

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We can also have reduction in

-the rate of cardiac contractors
- constriction of pupils
- stimulation of urination and deification

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Produces ear wax called

Remunus glands

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Increase sympathetic input and decrease parasympathetic

Increase heart rate

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Decrease in autonomic tone of smooth muscle results in

Increase in vessel diameter and blood flow

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Autonomic activitie is located

In the integrated center located in hypothalamus

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Stimulated by chemicals in the air is

Olfactory organ

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In order to detect an odorant they must be bind to the receptors and

Olfactory dentires

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The receptors in the axon go through the cryptiform plate and synapse on the what

Olfactory bulb

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After it hits the old factory bob the information is received by the what

Cerebrum

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There are no gustatory receptors on the wat

Dilaform papalla

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Sense of taste

Gustation

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What is not on the inferior of the tounge

Gusation receptors

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You have them on the surface of upagladis, the surface of the tounge, and portions of the farix

Gustation receptors

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Taste buds are monitored by cranial nerves

7,9,10

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Gustation are membrane proteins response stimuli to produce

Bitter, sweet, unmammy sensations

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Autonomic sequins is

Temp-matic membrane, mallius, incus, to strapies through the oval window to round window

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Vibrations received by tempatic membrane is transferred to

Auditory oceslecles

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Uncovers exposed surface of the eye

Conjunction

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The opening through light passes

Pupae

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The gap between the eye

Papal fissure

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Help stabilize the eye and gives physical support to the retina

Vegrious body

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Constantly reduce and recycle the vova sintralius is the sight of sharpen vision

Aqouis

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The eye is the cillar body does what

Helps change the shape of the lense both Far and near vision

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Ray of light entering the eyes goes through

Cornea, adques humor of lense, vitrus body, the rental, and coreroy

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What connects photo receptors to ganglian cells

Bi polar cells

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Visual receptors are called

Photo receptors

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When you see all three colors at once it turns

White

51

My optic

A person nearsided

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Sense of equal liberum and balance is from the

Internal ear

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External ear ends at the tempatic membrane which

Connects auditory oscilies to the oval window

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Sensitive to way starcilla is

Bent and determines if sensory neurons will be excited

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If Len looses transparenty you will have

Cataracts

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If have abnormal allusion movement that means

Vertago

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Hair cells are the co-clear doctor are located in the

Organ acordy

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The basaler membranes supports organ acordy and moves up and down when

The stapies move back and forth

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Quantity of the neuro transmitter to release by the

Harris valve corresponse to all the chemical mechanical stimulation to the hair cell