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Lecture 12: Chapter 16 Neural Integration II: The Autonomic Nervous System and Higher Order Functions. Pages: 517 - 548. Lecturer: Dr. Barjis Room P313 /P307 Phone: (718) 260-5285 E-Mail: ibarjis@citytech.cuny.edu. Learning Objectives.
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Address 12: Chapter 16 Neural Integration II: The Autonomic Nervous System and Higher Order Functions. Pages: 517 - 548 Lecturer: Dr. Barjis Room P313/P307 Phone: (718) 260-5285 E-Mail: ibarjis@citytech.cuny.edu

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Learning Objectives Compare the association of the autonomic sensory system with the physical sensory system. Depict the structures and elements of the thoughtful and parasympathetic divisions of the ANS. Portray the systems of neurotransmitter discharge in the thoughtful and parasympathetic divisions. Depict the impacts of thoughtful and parasympathetic neurotransmitters on target organs and tissues.

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Learning Objectives Describe the progressive system of interfacing levels of control in the ANS Explain how recollections are made, put away and reviewed. Abridge the impacts of maturing on the sensory system.

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An Overview of the ANS Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) Routin homeostatic alterations in physiological frameworks are made by ANS Coordinates cardiovascular, respiratory, stomach related, urinary and regenerative capacities In ANS there is dependably a neurotransmitter amongst CNS and the effector organs 2 nd arrange neurons of the autonomic sensory system are situated in autonomic ganglia

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CNS (cerebrum and Spinal Cord) Postganglionic Ganglion Preganglionic An Overview of the ANS Preganglionic neurons in the CNS send axons to neurotransmitter on ganglionic neurons in autonomic ganglia outside the CNS Preganglionic neuron\'s body lies in the CNS Postganglionic axons of ANS are typically unmyelinated

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Divisions of the ANS contain two essential subdivisions: Sympathetic division (thoracolumbar, "battle or flight") – get ready body for stress and action Thoracic and lumbar portions Parasympathetic division (craniosacral, "rest and rest") – Maintains homeostasis very still Preganglionic filaments leaving the mind and sacral sections Often the two divisions have contradicting impacts e.g. one would energize and the other will repress. At some point they may likewise cooperate or freely.

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Sympathetic division Sympathetic division life systems Preganglionic neurons are situated in the latheral dark horns between sections T1 and L2 of spinal line Ganglionic neurons in ganglia close vertebral segment Specialized second request neurons of the thoughtful NS that discharge neurotransmitter into blood are situated in adrenal organs

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The Organization of the Sympathetic Division of the ANS

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Sympathetic ganglia Sympathetic chain ganglia (paravertebral ganglia) – preganglionic filaments of the thoughtful NS that convey engine motivations to the body divider or thoracic pit neurotransmitters in chain ganglia Collateral ganglia (prevertebral ganglia) – gathering of second request neurons that innervate organs in the abdominopelvic locale

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Sympathetic Pathways

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Sympathetic Pathways

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Sympathetic Pathways

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The Distribution of Sympathetic Innervation Animation: The thoughtful division (see instructional exercise)

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Postganglionic strands Rejoin spinal nerves and achieve their goal by method for the dorsal and ventral rami Those focusing on structures in the thoracic pit shape thoughtful nerves Go straightforwardly to their goal

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Abdominopelvic viscera Sympathetic innervation through preganglionic strands that neurotransmitter inside security ganglia Splanchic nerves – convey filaments that neural connection in collatheral ganglia

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Abdominopelvic viscera Celiac ganglion Innervates stomach, liver, irk bladder, pancreas, spleen Superior mesenteric ganglion Innervates small digestive tract and beginning part of internal organ Inferior mesenteric ganglion Innervates kidney, urinary bladder, sex organs, and last segment of internal organ

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Sympathetic initiation Sympathetic enactment is controlled by sypathetic focuses in the hypothalamus. In emergencies, the whole thoughtful division reacts Sympathetic enactment Affects incorporate expanded sharpness, vitality and elation, expanded cardiovascular and respiratory exercises, rise in muscle tone, assembly of vitality assets

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Neurotransmitters and thoughtful capacity Stimulation of thoughtful division has two particular outcomes Release of ACh or NE at particular areas Secretion of E and NE into general flow Most postganglionic filaments are adrenergic, a couple are cholinergic or nitroxidergic

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Sympathetic Variosities

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Parasympathetic division Preganglionic neurons in the brainstem and sacral fragments of spinal string Ganglionic neurons in fringe ganglia situated inside or close target organs

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The Organization of the Parasympathetic Division of the ANS

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Organization and life structures of the parasympathetic division Preganglionic strands of parasympathetic neurons can be found in cranial nerves III, VI, IX, X Sacral neurons frame the pelvic nerves Almost 75% of all parasympathetic outpouring goes along the vagus nerve (cranial nerve X)

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The Distribution of Parasympathetic Innervation

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Parasympathetic actuation Effects created by the parasympathetic division unwinding sustenance handling vitality retention

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Neurotransmitters and parasympathetic capacities All parasympathetic strands discharge ACh Short-lived reaction as ACH is separated by AChE and tissue cholinesterase

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Sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions Sympathetic Widespread impact on instinctive and substantial structures Parasympathetic Innervates just instinctive structures overhauled by cranial nerves or existing in the abdominopelvic cavity Effects delivered by the parasympathetic branch incorporate expanded emission by stomach related organs Dual innervation = organs that get contribution from both frameworks

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Anatomy of double innervation Sympathetic and parasympathetic frameworks blend to shape autonomic plexuses Cardiac plexus – thoughtful and parasympathetic strands destined for the heart and kungs go through the heart plexus Pulmonary plexus Esophageal plexus Celiac plexus Inferior mesenteric plexus Hypogastric plexus

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The Autonomic Plexuses

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Comparison of the two divisions Important physiological and utilitarian contrasts exist

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Summary: The Anatomical Differences between the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Divisions

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A Comparison of Somatic and Autonomic Function

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Higher levels of autonomic control Activity in the ANS is controlled by focuses in the brainstem that arrangement with instinctive working

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Levels of Autonomic Control Example of more elevated amount of autonomic capacity would be expanded heart rate when you see a man that you detest.

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Higher request capacities Are performed by the cerebral cortex and include complex cooperations Involve cognizant and oblivious data handling Are liable to alteration and modification after some time

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Memory Short term or long haul Memory union is moving from fleeting to long haul Hippocampus is basic for memory union Mechanisms required in memory arrangement and capacity are: Increased arrival of neurotransmitter Formation of extra synaptic association Formation of memory engrams (single circuit that compare to single memory) Amnesia is the loss of memory because of malady or injury

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Memory that can be willfully recovered and verbally communicated are called revelatory recollections Conversion of a transient memory to a long haul memory is called memory combination

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Memory Storage

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Consciousness Deep rest, the body unwinds and cerebral cortex action is low The reticular actuating framework (RAS) is critical to excitement and support of awareness RAS is situated in the mesencephalon

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The Reticular Activating System

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Age-related changes Reduction in mind size and weight Reduction in the quantity of neurons Decrease in blood stream to the cerebrum Changes in synaptic association of the mind Intracellular and extracellular changes in CNS neurons

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You ought to now be acquainted with: The association of the autonomic sensory system. The structures and elements of the thoughtful and parasympathetic divisions of the ANS. The systems of neurotransmitter discharge in the thoughtful and parasympathetic divisions. The impacts of thoughtful and parasympathetic neurotransmitters on target organs and tissues. The order of cooperating levels of control in the ANS. How recollections are made, put away and reviewed. The impacts of maturing on the sensory system.

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