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Para Nerv Sys Act

Parasympathetic Nervous System Activity Cranial Nerves

Where do the sympathetic ganglia originate? From between the thoracic and lumbar vertebrae
What is a mnemonic? A tool for memorizing data
At rest, the heart beats About 60 times per minute
Sympathetic ganglia are found Close to the spinal cord
The Vagus Nerve falls into what category of nerve function? Both
The Parasympathetic division is also referred to as what unit? Resting and digesting
In keeping track of the functions of cranial nerve functions, the letter “M” stand for Motor
One of the important functions of the Vagus Nerve is Control of the heart
What sprout from the base of the brain and just above the tailbone Parasympathetic Ganglia
Which nerve has to do with moving the head and shoulders? The Spinal Accessory Nerve
Created by: Lhaynes