Chapter 40 study guide

Which systems is are involved in regulating

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Unformatted text preview: nal would be involved in stimulating your muscles to contract while running? Which signal would be involved with coordinating digestion processes while you sleep? Which system(s) is (are) involved in regulating homeostasis within the body? 3. What is homeostasis? To maintain homeostasis humans need to regulate body temperature, blood pH, blood sugar levels, and blood osmolarity as well as many other physical and chemical properties. What are the “homeostatic” levels for the four processes mentioned above? 4. What is the difference between a regulator and a conformer? If an animal regulates one physiological process such as osmolarity, does it also regulate all other physiological processes in it body? 5. What is the difference between negative and positive feedback. Use a concrete example of each type of feedback to reinforce your answer. 6. Why...
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