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Temperature Regulation Temperature Regulation By the end of the lesson you should know How the body corrects overheating How the body corrects overcooling What thermocreceptors do? What volutary responses are carried out to control temperature
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To provide the optimum conditions for enzyme- catalysed reactions to be carried out. Why do we need to regulate: Why do we need to regulate: Internal body temperature Internal body temperature
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Body Temperature Body Temperature Normal internal body temperature is 37 0 C. Temperatures  above  this: denature enzymes and block metabolic pathways Temperatures  below  this: slow down metabolism and affect the brain.
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Water Bath Te m pe ra ture  s e t o n the rm o s ta t To o  c o o l?  He a te r kic ks  o n a nd te m pe ra ture  g o e s  up To o  wa rm ?  He a te r s ta ys  o ff until b a th c o o ls  do wn C o ns ta nt c he c king  a nd turning  o n a nd o ff
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