Name three NT's that bind to cholinergic receptors.
The name given to describe how a autonomic pathway usually has one preganglionic neuron synapsed with on average 8 or 9 post ganglionic neurons. Making it possible to innervate more than one target cell.
The name for a synapse between a postganglionic autonomic neuron and its target cell is called what?
The name for a ANS target cell?
What NT is released from a postganglionic parasympathetic nerve?
Adenosine makes us tired and helps us fall asleep, caffeine blooks adenosine receptors. What is caffeine behaving as?
a substance, other than a neurotransmitter, released by a neuron and transmitting information to other neurons, altering their activities. A substance that alters nerve impulse transmission
What NT does a postganglionic sympathetic nerve release?
A complex tissue within the right atrium containing pacemaker cells that normally determine the intrinsic firing rate for the entire heart
SAN or Sinoatrial Node
Refers to a continuous action potential or a continuous firing/discharging at the synapse.
Tonic or Tonically active neuron
Drup given to someone who has bradycardic?
A condition that's results in temporary loss of consciousness caused by an insufficient supply of oxygen to the brain often times due to arrhythmia.
Amino acid that makes melanine in your skin.
Tyrosine. Also involved in making catecholamines NE, E, and Dopamine.
Enzyme found in the core of the Adrenal gland (Adrenal Medella), responsible for converting NE to E.
PNMT or Phenylethanolamine-N-Methyltransferase
Membrane protein that binds cAMP on p-face allowing Na+ to influx into postsynamptic cell membrane