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Chapter 9

what does the peripheral nervous system consist of? autonomic nervous system, somatic efferent nerves, somatic and visceral afferent nerves
What are the 3 main anatomical divisions of of the ANS sympathetic, parasympathetic, enteric
What conveys all outputs from the CNS to the rest of the body Autonomic nervous system
What is the exception to the ANS conveying all outputs from the CNS motor innervation of skelatal muscle
True or false: the enteric nervous system can act independantly of the CNS TRUE
True or False: sympathetic and parasympathetic systems are agents of the CNS TRUE
What are the main processes that the ANS regulates contraction/relaxation of smooth muscle, all exocrine and some endocrine secretions, heartbeat, energy metabolism
what is the main difference between autonomic and the somatic EFFERENT pathways somatic consist of 2 neurons in a series
Created by: bferul78