lipid soluble vs water soluble hormones

Bonus:A An autonomic neuron releases the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. What can you tell about this neuron”s role in the ANS? What possible characteristics can be determined about the postsynaptic cell? Why the Sympathetic division of the ANS has more widespread and longer-lasting effects than the Parasympathetic division?

B Explain the process by which smell, taste, light senstations are sensed and perceived explain the entire pathway for each-from the sensory receptor olfactory, Gustatory, or Photoreceptors to the brain and these sensations are processed /integrated in the brain?

A Compare and contrast and give example of one lipid and one soluble hormone and what are their actions in the body?

B What feedback systems regulate the hormones? And how does the feedback system affects the body plus the level of other hormone in the blood?

C What are the effects of each of the two hormones produced by the adrenal gland and the ovaries?

A patient with chronic skeletal muscle spasms was placed on an anticholinergic medication the muscle spasms have gone but now the pt also reports a loss of muscle strength. the pt blood pressure is low and faints if she stands up too quickly. Explain the effects of the medication the pt received?

B Mane and describe the locations of the four major plexuses of spinal nerves. Name the two major nerves arising from each of the four major plexuses and which part of the body they affect/support?

C Explain the different “Errors in Refraction” and what are the major structures in the inner ear, their makeup and their function what do they do?