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Parasympathetic Division
...  tobacco or cigarettes and muscarine in toadstools. These two receptors, nicotinic and muscarinic, when triggered, can cause side effects that are detrimental to the body’s proper function. Parasympathetic ganglia The ganglionic cells of the parasympathetic division have fewer dendrites as compared to that of the sympathetic division. Its preganglionic axons are also few or one for each  ...

Parathyroid Glands
...  glands. However, the innervation of the parathyroid glands differ from that of the thyroids. Vagus nerves branch into pharyngeal branches to deliver the neurons to the parathyroids. The cervical sympathetic ganglia also drive neurons to the parathyroid glands. The parathyroid glands only secrete one hormone - the parathyroid hormone. A hormone called calcitonin that is designed to decrease  ...


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