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Contraction of iris radial muscle (pupil dilation)

Sympathetic. Alpha 1

2

Contraction of iris sphincter muscle (pupil contraction)

Parasympathetic. Muscarinic

3

Contraction of ciliary muscle (lens accommodates for near vision)

Parasympathetic. Muscarinic

4

Dilation of trachea and bronchioles

Sympathetic. Beta 2

5

Constriction of trachea and bronchioles

Parasympathetic. Muscarinic

6

Increased secretions of trachea and bronchioles

Parasympathetic. Muscarinic

7

Epinephrine and norepinephrine secreted from adrenal medula

Sympathetic. Nicotinic receptor

8

Secretion of renin

Sympathetic. Beta 1 increases. Alpha 1 decreases.

9

Relaxation of detrusor muscle

Sympathetic. Beta 2.

10

Contraction of trigone and sphincter.

Sympathetic. Alpha 1.

11

Contraction of detrusor.

Parasympathetic. Muscarinic.

12

Relaxation of trigone and sphincter.

Muscarinic

13

Simulates ejaculation

Sympathetic. Alpha 1

14

Simulates erection

Parasympathetic. Muscarinic

15

Simulates tears

Parasympathetic. Muscarinic

16

Thick viscid secretion from salivary glands

Sympathetic. Alpha 1.

17

Copious, watery secretion from salivary glands

Parasympathetic. Muscarinic.

18

Increased heart rate and contractility

Sympathetic. Beta 1

19

Decreased heart rate and contractility.

Parasympathetic. Muscarinic

20

Decrease in GI muscle motility and tone

Sympathetic. Beta 2

21

Contraction of GI sphincters

Sympathetic. alpha 1

22

Increased GI muscle motility and tone

Parasympathetic. Muscarinic.

23

Relaxation of the uterus

Sympathetic. Beta 2

24

Dilation of blood vessels to skeletal muscle

Sympathetic. Beta 2

25

Constriction of blood vessels to skin, mucous membranes, and splanchnic area.

Sympathetic. Alpha 1