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Study questions for Homeostasis video 1. Temperature homeostasis Describe how the body regulates temperature. In your answer include: the name of the brain region primarily responsible for the control. Describe what will happen when external body temperature rises too high and what will happen when body temperature levels drop below normal. What happens to protein/metabolic processes in cells when temperature increases too much? When they decrease too much? 2. Sugar control Describe how the body regulates blood glucose levels. In your answer include: the name of the organ and hormones primarily responsible for the control. Describe what will happen when blood glucose rises too high and what will happen when glucose levels drop below normal. What disease is commonly associated with
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Unformatted text preview: the inability to control blood glucose? What happens to cells when they are bathed in a solution with too much glucose? 3. Water regulation Describe how the body regulates water. In your answer include: the name of the organ and hormones primarily responsible for the control. Describe what will happen if we overhydrate. What would be the response if we become dehydrated? What do you think will happen if we eat a lot of salty foods? What would be the response to ingestion of alcohol? 4. Negative feedback Explain the concept of negative feedback using one of the above homeostatic mechanisms (temp control, water regulation, or blood sugar control...
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