Instructions

In the figure immediately below, answer the following questions about the set of neurons innervating the heart. Assume the target cell is a HEART CELL. Oooy a) Which division of the ANS does this represent? b) What is the neurotransmitter released in the synapse between the 2 neurons? c) What is the neurotransmitter released in the synapse with the heart (target)? d) What type of receptor on the target heart cells receives this neurotransmitter? e) What effect(s) does this set of neurons have on the heart? 2. In the figure immediately below, answer the following questions about the set of neurons innervating the heart. Assume the target cell is a HEART CELL. Oo8686 a) Which division of the ANS does this represent? b) What is the neurotransmitter released in the synapse between the 2 neurons? c) What is the neurotransmitter released in the synapse with the heart (target)? d) What type of receptor on the target heart cells receives this neurotransmitter? e) What effect(s) does this set of neurons have on the heart? 3. Match the following (“a” and “b” answers can be used more than once): increases liver storage of glucose a) increased activity of sympathetic nervous system decreases urine formation constricts the pupil of the eye b) increased activity of parasympathetic nervous system increases blood pressure releases catecholamines from the adrenal gland brgoshostilation (increases airway diameter) increases stomach acid/enzyme production 4. Atropine (an anti-cholinergic medication) blocks muscarinic receptors. Which of the following symptoms would you expect to see in a patient who is not in homeostasis because of an excessive atropine dose? (more than one answer possible-circle all that apply) a) decrease in salivation b) increase in sweating c) decrease in motility of digestive tract d) dilation of pupil of eye e) increase in lacrimation (tear production in eye) f) decrease in heart rate g) urinary retention

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