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ANS - Response of some effector organ to autonomic activity
ANS - Response of some effector organ to autonomic activity
ANS - Response of some effector organ to autonomic activity
ANS - Response of some effector organ to autonomic activity
ANS - Response of some effector organ to autonomic activity
ANS - Response of some effector organ to autonomic activity
ANS - Response of some effector organ to autonomic activity
ANS - Response of some effector organ to autonomic activity
ANS - Response of some effector organ to autonomic activity
ANS - Response of some effector organ to autonomic activity
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ANS - Response of some effector organ to autonomic activity

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  • 1. Response of Some effector Organ to Autonomic Activity
  • 2. Efferctor Organ Eyes •Radial M. of Iris •Sphincter M. of Iris •Ciliary M. Heart •S-A Node •Atria & Ventricle •AV Node & Purkinje Parasympathet ic N.S. ---•Contraction (Miosis) Sympathetic N.S. Receptors •α1 •Contraction for Near vision • H.R • Contractility • Conduction velocity Function •Contraction (Mydriasis) •---•---- •β1 •β1, β2 •β1, β2 • H.R. • Contractility • Conduction Velocity
  • 3. Efferctor Organ Arterioles Parasympathetic N.S. Sympathetic N.S. Receptors Function •α1, α2 • β2 •α1, α2 •Constriction •Dilatation •Constriction •---- •α1 • β2,M •Constriction •Dilation •---- •α1 •Constriction •Dilation •α1, α2 •Constriction •---- •α1 •Constriction •Coronary •---- •Skin •---- •Skeletal M. •Abdominal Viscera •Salivary Gland •Renal
  • 4. Efferctor Organ Parasympathetic N.S. Sympathetic N.S. Receptors Sytemic Veins Lungs •Bronchial Muscle •----- •α1, α2 •Constriction •Contraction •β2 •Relaxation Stomach •Motility & Tone •Sphincter •Secretion Function •α1, α2, β2 •Relaxation •Stimulation •α1 •α2 •Contraction •Inhibition
  • 5. Efferctor Organ Parasympathetic N.S. Intestine Sympathetic N.S. Receptors Function •α1,β •Motility & Tone •Sphincter •Secretion •Relaxation •Stimulation •α1 •α2 •Contraction •Inhibition Gallbladder •Contraction •β2 •Relaxation •Contraction •Relaxatation •β2 •α1 •Relaxation •Contraction Urinary Bladder •Detrusor •Sphincter
  • 6. Efferctor Organ Parasympathetic N.S. Sympathetic N.S. Uterus •Variable Receptors Function •α1 •Contraction (Pregnant) •β1 •Relaxation Male sex organ •Erection •α1 •Ejaculatation •------ •α1 •α1 •Contraction •Slight, Localized secretion •Generalised, dilute abundant secretion Skin •Pilomotor M. •M
  • 7. Efferctor Organ Parasympath etic N.S. Sympathetic N.S. Receptors Function Liver •----- •α1,β2 •Glycogenesis Pancreas •Exocrine •Endocrine • Secretion •--- •α1 •α2 • Secretion •Inhibition of secretion •Thick Viscous Secretion •Amylase Secretion •--- Salivary Gland Lacrimal Glands Adipose Tissue •Profuse watery •α1 secretion •β •Secretion •--- •---- •α2, β3 •Lipolysis
  • 8. Adrenergic Receptors α1 α2 •Vascular Sm. Muscles of skin & spalnchnic region •GI & Bladder Sphincter. •Radial Muscles of Iris. β1 •S.A. Node •A.V. Node •Atria, Ventricle •Wall of G.I.T •Platelet •Fat cells •Presynaptic N. terminal β2 •Heart •Vacular Sm. Muscle of Heart & skeletal Muscle •Intestinal Muscle •Lungs, Bronchi •Bladder
  • 9. Functions α •Vasoconstriction •Iris Dilation •Intestinal Relaxation •Intestinal sphincter contraction •Pilomotor Contraction •Bladder sphincter contraction β •Vasodilation •Cardioacclerelation •Increased Myocardial strength •Intestinal Relaxation •Bronchodilatation •Bladder wall Relaxation •Uterus Relaxation •Calorigenesis •Glycogenolysis •Lypolysis

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