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During times of physical or emotional stress: The sympathetic system releases norepinephrine and epinephrine allowing the heart to reach threshold faster and the SA node to fire faster.. C). Res., 1986, vol. Biophys. Spear, J.F., Kronhaus, K.D., Moore, E.N., et al., The Effect of Brief Vagal Stimulation on the Isolated Rabbit Sinus Node, Circ. Intrinsic regulation of the heart rate (HR) includes the myogenic sublevel and the sublevels of cell-to-cell communication, the cardiac nervous system, and humoral factors produced within the heart. Lett., 1981, vol. 39, p. 360. PubMed  This mechanism is located in the heart muscle itself (intrinsic = belonging to the organ itself). Zh. J. Fiziol. PubMed Google Scholar. Cantin, M., Thibault, G., Haile-Meskel, H., et al., Atrial Natriuretic Factor in the Impulse-Conduction System of Rat Cardiac Ventricles, Cell Tissue Res., 1989, vol. Part of Springer Nature. 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The cell-to-cell regulation sublevel involves two principal mechanisms. Autonomic Regulation of the heart allows for the central nervous system to coordinate cardiac pumping with other, ongoing or anticipated physiological demands. Regulatory peptides are also produced by the cardiac nervous system, which includes sensory and effector autonomic fibers, represents the cardiac part of the metasympathetic system, and forms intramural ganglia. 48. p. 113. 24, no.1, p. 80. Gorza, L., Vettore, S., and Vitadello, M., Molecular and Cellular Diversity of Heart Conduction System Myocytes, Trends Cardiovasc. 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