What part of the CNS gives rise to sympathetic nerves?

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  • What part of the CNS gives rise to sympathetic nerves?


The nervous system is the part ... that connect the CNS to every other part of the body. Nerves ... which gives rise to the skin and nervous system. ...
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The sympathetic nerves consist of efferent ... formed by groups of cells which have migrated from the part of the neural crest which gives rise to the ...
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Organization of the Nervous System ... The CNS consists ... He removed the living heart from a frog with its sympathetic and parasympathetic nerve supply ...
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Nervous tissue of the CNS does not contain connective ... that make up the nervous tissue are nerve ... line which also gives rise to ...
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... but his idea that the brain activates sympathetic nerves ... nerves and enters the CNS ... parts of the autonomic nervous system ...
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CNS Visceral Control ... Sympathetic preganglionic neurons are found particularly ... It gives rise to axons that descend to the lumbosacral spinal ...
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