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  • ...s main components are its sensory system, motor system (comprised of the [[parasympathetic nervous system]] and [[sympathetic nervous system]]), and the [[enteric nervous system]]. ===Parasympathetic nervous system===
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  • The '''parasympathetic nervous system''' is part of the [[autonomic nervous system]]. *The parasympathetic nervous system can also constrict the bronchiolar diameter when the need for oxygen has di
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  • ...excitement one feels due to the increase of adrenaline in the system. The parasympathetic nervous system, on the other hand, is evident when a person is resting and feels relaxed,
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Parasympathetic nervous system]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ..., and also [[dementia]]. [[Cholinesterase inhibitor]]s may stimulate the [[parasympathetic nervous system]].
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  • *Muscarinic antagonists affect the [[parasympathetic nervous system]].
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  • Cholinesterase inhibitors may stimulate the [[parasympathetic nervous system]].
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  • ...lso contains [[autonomic nervous system|autonomic nerves]] consisting of [[parasympathetic nervous system|parasympathetic]] from the greater petrosal nerve and [[sympathetic nervous Both [[sympathetic nervous system|sympathetic]] and [[parasympathetic nervous system|parasympathetic]] nerves of the [[autonomic nervous system]] pass through t
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  • ...ed the "fight-or-flight" response that prepares the body for action. The [[parasympathetic nervous system]] instead prepares the body to rest and conserve energy.
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  • {{r|Parasympathetic nervous system}}
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  • ...ne receptors''' function throughout the [[nervous system]] including the [[parasympathetic nervous system]] and are "cell surface proteins that bind [[acetylcholine]] with high affi * [[Parasympathetic nervous system]]
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  • ...side chain block both [[serotonin]] and [[norepinephrine]] and increase [[parasympathetic nervous system|anticholinergic]] [[drug toxicity]].<ref name="isbn0-07-142280-3">{{cite bo ...]s and more on [[norepinephrine receptor]]s. These medications have less [[parasympathetic nervous system|anticholinergic]] [[drug toxicity]] and less sedation.<ref> Baldessarini Ro
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  • **pre- and post-ganglionic [[parasympathetic nervous system|parasympathetic]] neurons
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