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I am trying to find some figure(s) to explain this. There is probably better name for "bronchomotor" reaction. They seem to opposite terms and actually affecting same things (alveolar diameter/tone); one increasing, while the other decreasing.

I am been reading Pocock and Guyton but I am not happy in any any figures.

Which figures can you use to answers this question?

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Maybe this is due to my limited anatomical background, but I don't really understand your question. And how should we find better figures when we don't know the ones you have? – Chris Mar 23 '14 at 21:45
I have not found any good picture. Probably, you cannot show this in one picture which I am trying to do. I will post some separate pictures about these two processes tomorrow evening. – Masi Mar 24 '14 at 5:38

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