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nuero transmitters

exam 7 alterations

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Acetylcholine the primary neurotransmitter for the PNS. The PNS operates during non-stressful times (rest and digest)
stimulation of PNS causes what constriction of pupils, stimulation of glandular secretions, decreased heart rate, vasoconstriction of coronary arteries, constriction of bronchioles, increased peristalsis and gastrointestinal fluid
Norepinephrine is the primary neurotransmitter of the SNS. The SNS operates during stressful situations (fight or flight)
stimulation of the SNS causes what Dilated pupils, sweating, increased heart rate, vasodilation of coronary arteries, dilation of bronchioles, increased release of glucose, decreased urine output, increased blood clotting, metabolic rate and alertness
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