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2nd Pharm Quiz

Chapter 13

QuestionAnswer
This cholinergic receptor causes contraction of skeletal muscle. Nicotinic m
This cholinergic receptor promotes release of epinephrine from the adrenal medulla. Nicotinic n
This cholinergic receptor is thought of first when thinking of the parasympathetic system. Muscarinic
This cholinergic receptor increases secretions from pulmonary, gastric intestinal, and sweat glands. Muscarinic
This cholinergic receptor slows the heart rate. Muscarinic
This cholinergic receptor contracts the iris and colliery muscle. Muscarinic
This cholinergic receptor contracts smooth muscle in the GI and Bronchi. Muscarinic
This cholinergic receptor makes us void by relaxing the trigone and the sphincter. Muscarinic
This adrenergic receptor is involved in vasoconstriction. Alpha 1
This adrenergic receptor promotes ejaculation!!!!!!! Alpha 1
This adrenergic receptor contracts the bladder neck and prostate. Alpha 1
This adrenergic receptor contracts the radial muscle of the eye. Alpha 1
This adrenergic receptor constricts the veins and arterioles. Alpha 1
This adrenergic receptor contracts the smooth muscle of the bladder. Alpha 1
This adrenergic receptor relaxes the bladder for more holding power, but contracts the sphincter in order to hold back the urine. Alpha 1
This adrenergic receptor increases the HR. Beta 1
This adrenergic receptor increases the force of contraction. Beta 1
This adrenergic receptor increases the conduction if electricity through the AV node. Beta 1
This adrenergic receptor promotes renin release from the kidneys, thus increasing BP. Beta 1
This adrenergic receptor dilates the bronchioles. Beta 2
This adrenergic receptor relaxes the smooth muscle of the uterus. Beta 2
This adrenergic receptor increases glycogenolysis. Beta 2
This adrenergic receptor enhances contraction of the skeletal muscle, allowing us to run away. Beta 2
This adrenergic receptor dilates the arterioles in the hear, lungs, and skeletal muscle. Beta 2
Which receptors does epinephrine activate? All alpha and beta, but not dopamine receptors.
Which receptors does norepinephrine activate? Alpha 1, Alpha 2, and Beta 1 receptors.
Which receptors does dopamine activate? Alpha 1, Beta 1, and dopamine receptors.
What are the three principal functions of the autonomic nervous system? Regulate the heart, secretory glands and smooth muscles.
what are the three homeostatic objectives of the sympathetic nervous system? Maintenance of blood flow to the brain, Redistribution of blood flow during exercise, Compensation for loss of blood.
What is the feedback loop of the autonomic nervous system that helps regulate blood pressure called? Baroreceptor reflex
What are the three neurotransmitters used by the PNS? Acetylcholine, Norepinephrine and Epinephrine
Where is epinephrine released? Adrenal Medulla
What are the 3 effects of activating the cardiac Beta 1 receptors? Heart rate, force of contraction and the rate of electrical conduction through the AV node.
Created by: joekosch