pressoreceptor system

pres·so·re·cep·tor sys·tem

the pressoreceptive areas that, with their afferent fibers and connections with the autonomic system, react to a rise in arterial blood pressure and serve to buffer it by inhibiting the heart rate and vascular tone.
See also: baroreceptor.

pres·so·re·cep·tor sys·tem

(presō-rĕ-septŏr sistĕm)
Pressoreceptive areas that, with their afferent fibers and connections with autonomic nervous system, react to a rise in arterial blood pressure and serve to buffer it by inhibiting heart rate and vascular tone.