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Which subdivision of the autonomic nervous system operates using the neurotransmitters nor epinephrine and epinephrine?

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What is epinephrine?

Its actually a hormone secreted by your adrenal glands witch is in  both of your kidneys. Your adrenal glands create Epinephrine mostly  when you are stressed witch makes yo

Autonomic nervous system uses ACh and NA as chemical neurotransmitters?

Well they are both used in the Autonomic system and Somatic system. Acetylcholine is the neurochemical which stimulates muscles. (I assume you mean NA=Sodium?) when the Acetyl

What does Nor-epinephrine do to smooth muscle?

That depends entirely upon the receptor that norepinephrine activates. alpha-1 receptors will induce smooth muscle contraction in response to norepinephrine. This is seen in

Which neurotransmitters operate in the autonomic nerve system?

You have acetylcholine liberated at ganglion in both sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. You have noradrenaline secreted at post ganglionic sympathetic nerve termi