A connector neuron which comes outside the CNS (preganglionic neuron) and a postganglionic neuron which supplies the organ.
Origin from all segments of the spinal cord.
A complete control on skeletal muscles.
Origin from the anterior horn cells of the spinal cord
Are relay stations for all preganglionic fibers passing through them.
Are the site of relay of efferent neurons.
Function as distributing centers.
Are located outside the CNS.
They act as distributing centers.
They are 3 types.
Their chemical transmitter is acetylcholine.
The preganglionic fibers may pass through them without relay.
None of the above
Which supply the abdominal viscera relay in the sympathetic chain.
Originate at the autonomic ganglia.
Are myelinated nerve fibers
Show minimal divergence in the autonomic ganglia.
Flexion of the arm following a painful stimulus.
Acceleration of the heart after haemorrhage.