of or relating to the autonomic nervous system.
Physiology. under the control of the autonomic nervous system.
Cell Biology. produced by internal forces or causes; spontaneous.
He equated this response with altered activity of the autonomic nervous system.
Why Do We Cry? Michael Trimble January 9, 2013
That thing gibbering in the autonomic and voluntary nervous systems—merely fear.
West Of The Sun Edgar Pangborn
To this system Langley has lately given the name ‘autonomic.’
The Origin of Vertebrates Walter Holbrook Gaskell
As regards ethics, Baader rejects the Kantian or any autonomic system of morals.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 1 Various
autonomic nervous system: The vegetative nervous system which controls vital functions,—as digestion, respiration, circulation.
Outwitting Our Nerves Josephine A. Jackson and Helen M. Salisbury
When we remember the workings of our autonomic nerves we may not wonder at that fact.
Psychoanalysis Andr Tridon
autonomic in itself, life submits itself to the general laws of evolution.
A Review of the Systems of Ethics Founded on the Theory of Evolution C. M. Williams
And the end result seems to depend from the memories which have accumulated in our autonomic nerves.
Psychoanalysis Andr Tridon
We should notice right here the antagonism that exists between the middle division of the autonomic and the other two.
Psychology Robert S. Woodworth
occurring involuntarily or spontaneously
of or relating to the autonomic nervous system
Also autonomous. (of plant movements) occurring as a result of internal stimuli
1832, “pertaining to autonomy” (q.v.); used mostly in physiology. Autonomical is recorded from 1650s.
autonomic au·to·nom·ic (ô’tə-nŏm’ĭk)
Functionally independent; not under voluntary control.
Relating to the autonomic nervous system.
- Autonomic ganglion
autonomic ganglion autonomic ganglion n. Any of the various ganglia that are part of the autonomic nervous system and are located along the sympathetic trunks, on the peripheral plexuses, and within the walls of organs. Also called visceral ganglion.
- Autonomic imbalance
autonomic imbalance autonomic imbalance n. A lack of balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, especially when manifested by vasomotor disturbances. Also called vasomotor imbalance.
- Autonomic nervous system
the system of nerves and ganglia that innervates the blood vessels, heart, smooth muscles, viscera, and glands and controls their involuntary functions, consisting of sympathetic and parasympathetic portions. Contemporary Examples He equated this response with altered activity of the autonomic nervous system. Why Do We Cry? Michael Trimble January 9, 2013 Historical Examples autonomic nervous […]
- Autonomic neurogenic bladder
autonomic neurogenic bladder autonomic neurogenic bladder n. A malfunctioning urinary bladder secondary to low spinal cord lesions. Also called neuropathic bladder.