Você está na página 1de 3

REFLEXES

Organsystem REFLEXES STIMULUS RECEPTOR AFFERENTS CENTER EFFERENTS EFFECTORS RESPONSE PNS REFLEXES STIMULUS RECEPTOR AFFERENTS CENTER EFFERENTS EFFECTORS RESPONSE Hypothalam ic REFLEXES STIMULUS RECEPTOR AFFERENTS CENTER EFFERENTS EFFECTORS RESPONSE Somatic REFLEXES STIMULUS RECEPTOR AFFERENTS HIGH-PRESSURE BARORECEPTOR
Stretch of great arteries Baroreceptor CN IX, CN X Medulla CIC, VMC inhibited SNS fibers Myocardium BV MC, HR VD

CHEMORECEPTOR

MICTURITION

DEFECATION

SALIVATION

PUPILLOCONSTRICTION

TEMPERATURE REGULATION

REGULATION OF FOOD INTAKE

REGULATION OF FLUID INTAKE

DYNAMIC STRETCH
Sudden rapid stretch of MS Muscle spindle This will depend on specific stretch reflexes. For uniformity in answer, consider the knee jerk. (Ia afferents of the femoral n.) L2-L4

STATIC STRETCH
Tonic stretch of muscle spindle Muscle spindle This will depend on specific stretch reflexes. For uniformity in answer, consider reflex originating from the biceps femoris. (II afferents of the femoral n.) L2-L4

INVERSE STRETCH
Mechanical stimulation GTO- Golgi Tendon Organ This will depend on specific stretch reflexes. For uniformity in answer, consider the knee jerk as well. (Ib afferents of femoral n.) L2-L4

CENTER

EFFERENTS EFFECTORS RESPONSE

Femoral nerve Knee extensor muscles Contraction of muscle quadriceps knee extension

Femoral nerve Knee extensor muscle Basal (partial) contraction

Femoral nerve Flexor muscle Contraction of flexor muscles knee flexion

Differentiate the SNS from the PSNS using these parameters. For every organ system below, differentiate the SNS from the PSNS functions. Parameters Neurotransmitt ers Receptors Pathways Signal transduction mechanisms Cardiovascular system SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM [SNS]
Norepinephrine/Epinephrine

PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM [PSNS]


Acetylcholine

Adrenergic Postganglionic

Muscarinic Postganglionic

SA node Ventricular myocardium Blood vessels Bronchial muscle Bronchial glands Renin secretion

SA node Ventricular myocardium Blood vessels Bronchial muscle Bronchial glands Renin secretion Urinary bladder GIT motility Sphincteric tone Hypothalamic functions VMC functions Metabolism

Pulmonary system

Renal and Urinary Urinary bladder systems Gastrointestinal GIT motility system Sphincteric Neuroendocrine systems
tone Hypothalamic functions VMC functions Metabolism

You may choose to add more parameters per organ system. The exam will not be limited to the above parameters, and will include those in your Physiology books.

This will constitute your first consolidation activity for the year. Fill up this table as a lab group, and submit your answers on July 2 (Saturday) 5pm, to my email address kmmddpps2007@yahoo.com. Each member in that file will receive 0.1 point added to the shifting grade. So, each file should get a total of 1.2 points for 12 members. The answers should be consolidated enough. Lengthy answers that were just cut and pasted will not get total points. You may use arrows where applicable.

FOR THE QUIZ NEXT WEEK JUNE 27 29 [including Section A]:


The quiz will be taken from either Physiology book. I will be taking the concepts common to both, so that you need read only one, for the quiz. 10 points. Table on the Autonomic Functions on the Organs of the Body: I will be asking you to write down either the SNS or PSNS functions on specific organs or structures. Table 60-2, Guyton Table on Reflexes: I will be asking you to write down the specific components of each reflex Ive tabulated in the first page of this file. Know the answers to the above tables and you will get high in the quiz.

JOINT LECTURE FOR Sections B and A, on Wednesday July 29, 1 5 pm, so that Section A can have additional time studying for the Long Quiz on Friday.