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Wayland's Smithy 2009 100%

In fact the latter are (geometrically) quadruple viscera Pisces in which the revealed circles turn out cleverly to fill the overall space between the two darker rings.


Physiology 80%

Increase heart rate 2- Controls internal organs without participation of mind 3- innervates smooth muscles of viscera, cardiac muscles and exocrine glands ً‫ ده شغال على الحاجات اللً انا اقدر اتحكم فٌها بس ان‬somatic‫اظن كده الفرق بقى واضح ان ال‬ ‫مثال ارفع اٌدي او امشً او ما شابه‬ ‫ بٌشتغل على االجهزة الال ارادٌة فً الجسم ٌعنً مثال فً حالة الخوف بٌحصل‬Autonomic‫لكن ال‬ ‫ و بٌزٌد افراز العرق كل ده بٌحصل بشكل ال ارادي‬cardiac muscle‫ فً ال‬Contractions 2|Page Central Control of ANS 1234- Hypothalamus Medulla oblongata Spinal cord Cerebral cortex (Some parts Especially the limbic system) Anatomy of autonomic Nervous system  ANS (Autonomic nervous system ) carries nerve impulses from CNS (Central Nervous system –brain or spinal cord-) to effector organ by 2 neurons :


Internal Thermosense In Vertebrates 69%

• Anterior Hypothalamus • Spinal Cord • Abdominal Viscera • Great Veins Internal Thermoreceptors • Anterior Hypothalamus • Predominantly found in Pre-Optic Area (POA) • Posterior Nuclei of Hypothalamus receives projections from the POA • Predominantly warm-sensitive, in opposition to external thermoreceptors • “Anterior senses, posterior acts” • Thought to integrate information about local brain temperature and other body temperatures and to control the level of output for thermoregulatory responses based on cues Internal Thermoreceptors Thermal sensitivity range of transient receptor potential ion channels in mammals.


Final Poster Worms in CSF of MS Edited 49%

Previous reports of helminthic infestations of the eye, brain, spinal cord and extracranial viscera by helminthic infections in veterinary and in human patients are numerous.


VanElzakker-VNIH-CFS-in-press.PDF 21%

it is a long, highly branched nerve that travels throughout the viscera (see Fig.