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Male Sex Organs - Urethral and nulbourethral glands
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Mucus secretion ++
Uterus - Pregnant and Non-pregnant
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Variable
Male Sex Organs - Penis
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Erection via NO
Urethra -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Relaxation ?
Uterus - Pregnant
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Variable
Urinary tract - Trigone (internal sphincter)
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Relaxation ++
Platelets -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
No receptors present
Urinary tract - Detrusor muscle
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Contraction +++
Kidney - JG cells
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Kidney - Proximal tubules
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Stomach and Intestines - Secretion
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Stimulation +++
Gallbladder and ducts -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Contraction +
Stomach and Intestines - Sphincters
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Relaxation ++
Stomach and Intestines - Acid secretion
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Increased +++
Stomach and Intestines - Motility and tone
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Increased ++
Eophagus -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Contraction +
Lung - Bronchial muscle
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Contraction ++
Lung - Bronchial glands
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Increased secretion +++
Venules -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Venules -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Arterioles -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated, but stimulation of muscarinic receptors on endothlial cells produces NO which relaxes vascular smooth muscle
Arterioles -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated, but stimulation of muscarinic receptors on endothlial cells produces NO which relaxes vascular smooth muscle
Cardiac Conduction Tissue - Ventricles
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
decrased SV (+/-) via prejunctional inhibition of NE release (prejunctional muscarinic receptors on sympathetic nerves)
Cardiac Conduction Tissue - His-Purkinje System
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Cardiac Conduction Tissue - A-V node
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Decreased automaticity +++
Decreased conduction velocity +++
Increased conduction time +++
Increased refractory period +++
Increased duration of AP+++
Cardiac Conduction Tissue - Atria
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Decreased conduction velocity ++
Decreased duration of AP ++
Decreased refractory period ++
Cardiac Conduction Tissue - SA node
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Decreased heart rate +++
Cardiac Muscle - Ventricles
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Decreased contractility + (indirect via inhibition of NE release)
Cardiac Muscle - Atria
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Decreased contractility ++
Eye - Smooth muscle of eyelid
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Eye - Canal of Schlemm
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
increased normal outflow via contraction of the meridional fibers of the ciliary muscle
Eye - Sphincter muscle, iris
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Contraction = miosis ++
Eye - Ciliary muscle
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Contraction = near vision +++
Eye - Radial muscle, iris
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Nasopharyngeal glands -
Adrenergic stimulation
Not innervated
Lacrimal glands -
Adrenergic stimulation
Not innervated
Salivary glands -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1
Water and K+ secretion +
Pancreas - Islet (a-2) cells (glucagon)
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B
Increased secretion ++
Pancreas - Islet (B) cells (insulin)
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a2
Decreased secretion +++
Pancreas - Acini (enzymes)
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a
Decreased secretion +
Adipocytes -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B1
Lipolysis +++
Skeletal muscle -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B2
Glycogenolysis +
K+ update ++
Tremor
Increased contractility +
Liver -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B2
Glycogenolysis +++
Gluconeogenesis +++
Adrenal medulla -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: N1
Catecholamine secretion +++
Skin - Sweat glands
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: mus.
Secretion +++
Skin - Pilomotor muscles
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1
Contraction ++
Female Sex Organs - Batholin's gland
Adrenergic stimulation
Not innervated
Female Sex Organs - Clitoris and area around introitus
Adrenergic stimulation
Not innervated
Male Sex Organs - Vas deferens, ampulla, prostate gland and seminal vesicle
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1A
Emission and ejaculation +++
Male Sex Organs - Urethral and nulbourethral glands
Adrenergic stimulation
Not innervated
Male Sex Organs - Penis
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a
Innervated, but function unknown
Uterus - Pregnant
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a
Contraction +
Uterus - Pregnant and Non-pregnant
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B2
Relaxation ++
Urethra -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1
Contraction +
Urinary tract - Detrusor muscle
Adrenergic stimulation
Not innervated
Urinary tract - Trigone (internal sphincter)
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1A
Contraction ++
Platelets -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a2
Aggregation+
Kidney - JG cells
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B1
Renin secretion +++
Kidney - Proximal tubules
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1
Increased sodium/water reabsorption +
Gallbladder and ducts -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B2
Relaxation +
Stomach and Intestines - Secretion
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a2
Inhibition +
Stomach and Intestines - Sphincters
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1
Contraction +
Stomach and Intestines - Motility and tone
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1, a2
Decreased +
Stomach and Intestines - Acid secretion
Adrenergic stimulation
Not innervated
Eophagus -
Adrenergic stimulation
Not innervated
Lung - Bronchial glands
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1
Decreased secretion +
Lung - Bronchial muscle
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B2
Relaxation +
Venules -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B2
Dilation + (via circulating EPI)
Venules -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1, a2
Constriction ++
Arterioles -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B2
Dilation + (via circulating EPI)
Arterioles -
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1, a2
Constriction ++
Cardiac Conduction Tissue - Ventricles
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B1
Increased automaticity +++
Increased conduction velocity +++
Decreasd conduction time+++
Decreased refractory period +++
Decreased duration of AP +++
Cardiac Conduction Tissue - His-Purkinje System
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B1
Increased automaticity +++
Increased conduction velocity +++
Decreasd conduction time+++
Decreased refractory period +++
Decreased duration of AP +++
Cardiac Conduction Tissue - A-V node
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B1
Increased automaticity ++
Increased conduction velocity++
Decreased conduction time ++
Decreased refractory period ++
Decreased duration of AP ++
Cardiac Conduction Tissue - Atria
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B1
Increased conduction velocity ++
Decreased duration of AP ++
Decreased refractory period ++
Cardiac Conduction Tissue - SA node
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B1
Increased heart rate ++
Cardiac Muscle - Ventricles
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B1
Increased contractility +++
Cardiac Muscle - Atria
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: B1
Increased contractility ++
Eye - Smooth muscle of eyelid
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a
Contraction
Eye - Canal of Schlemm
Adrenergic stimulation
Not innervated, but alpha 1 enhances normal outflow and alpha 2 decreases production
Eye - Ciliary muscle
Adrenergic stimulation
Not innervated
Eye - Sphincter muscle, iris
Adrenergic stimulation
Not innervated
Eye - Radial muscle, iris
Adrenergic stimulation
Receptor type: a1
Contraction = mydriasis +
Female Sex Organs - Clitoris and area around introitus
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Erection via NO
Female Sex Organs - Batholin's gland
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Mucus secretion ++
Skin - Pilomotor muscles
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Skin - Sweat glands
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Adrenal medulla -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Liver -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Glycogen synthesis +
Skeletal muscle -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Adipocytes -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
No receptors
Pancreas - Acini (enzymes)
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Increased secretion +++
Pancreas - Islet (B) cells (insulin)
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Not innervated
Pancreas - Islet (a-2) cells (glucagon)
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Increased secretion ++
Salivary glands -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Water and K+ secretion +++
Amylase secretion ++
Lacrimal glands -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Secretion +++
Nasopharyngeal glands -
Cholinergic (muscarinic) stimulation
Secretion +++