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Peristaltic Control

What is the Myenteric Plexus? "Nerve Net" between Smooth Muscle layers
What is the function of the Myenteric Plexus? responds to internal Food or Gas Pressure
What 3 factors are involved in Peristaltic Control? 1. Myenteric Plexus; 2. Autonomic Nerves; 3. GI Hormones
What are the GI Hormones? Gastrin, Secretin, Cholecystokinin
What is the function of Gastrin and what it respond to? promotes Gastric Secretion & Motility - Protein
What is the function of Secretin and what it respond to? stimulates Pancreatic Secretion of HCO3- and increases GI Motility - Acid from Stomach
What are the 5 functions of Cholecystokinin? 1. stimulates CONTRACTION of Gallbladder; 2. release Pancreatic Enzymes; 3. ^ Intestinal MOTILITY; 4. REDUCES Gastric Secretion; 5. SUPRESSES Appetite
Created by: Kristel