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Skeletal muscle
What is (are) the effector organ(s) of the voluntary Peripheral Nervous System?
cardiac muscle
smooth muscle
glands
What is (are) the effector organ(s) of the involuntary Peripheral Nervous System?
1 neuron
How many neurons are there btwn the CNS and the effector organ in the voluntary PeriNS?
2 neurons
How many neurons are there btwn the CNS and the effector organ in the involuntary PeriNS?
Autonomic
What is another word that is used instead of INVOLUNTARY?
sympathetic
The __________ division mimics the "fight or flight" response.
increased H.R.
What is the sympathetic response for H.R.?
increased B.P.
What is the sympathetic response for B.P.?
increased
What is the sympathetic response for heart strength?
constriction
What is the sympathetic response for peripheral blood vessels?
relaxes or dilates
What is the sympathetic response for smooth muscles of the bronchioles (lungs)?
decreased

drys up
What is the sympathetic response for secretions of the bronchioles (lungs)?
inhibited
In general, What is the sympathetic response for the G.I. tract?
increased thick mucus
What is the sympathetic response of the G.I. tract's salivary glands?
moderately increased
What is the sympathetic response of the G.I. tract's stomach and intestinal secretions?
decreased
What is the sympathetic response of the G.I. tract's motility (contractions in walls)?
constricted
What is the sympathetic response of the G.I. tract's sphincters?
it is inhibited
In general, What is the sympathetic response of the urinary system?
relaxed
What is the sympathetic response of the bladder walls?
constricts
What is the sympathetic response of the urinary sphincters?
contracted
What is the sympathetic response of the radial muscle in the eye?
dilated
What is the sympathetic response of the eye pupil?
Increased blood sugar

Fat mobilized

Glycogenolysis
What is the sympathetic response of the Metabolic rate?
B1 receptors
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for heart rate and heart strength?
Alpha receptors
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for peripheral blood vessels?
B2
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for smooth muscles in the lungs or bronchioles?
B2
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for secrections in the lungs (bronchioles)?
alpha
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for the salivary glands in the GI tract?
don't know
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for stomach and intestinal secretions?
B2
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for motility (contractions in walls) of the GI tract?
alpha
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for the radial muscle in the eye?
alpha
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for sphincters in the GI tract?
B2
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for the bladder walls?
alpha
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for the urinary sphincters?
B2
What are the adrenergic receptor sites called for the metabolic rate?