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  1. Extracellular Fluid (ECF)
  2. Thermoregulation
  3. Effector
  4. ICF (Composition %)
  5. Ibn Sina (980-1037)
  1. a Body composed of 40% of {this} fluid
  2. b The maintenance of temperature involving several negative feedback loops controlled by a cluster of neurons called hypothalamic thermostat in the hypothalamus.
  3. c Organ or tissues that receive information (output) from the control center and produces a response.
  4. d Published a textbook "The Canon of Medicine", leading authority for 600 years in Europe.
  5. e The fluid surrounding the cells and is the internal environment of the body - the internal milieu; constantly circulating through the blood and lymph vessels, and into the spaces between the tissue cells; contains nutrients, ions and gases necessary for the survival of the body cells.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Greek word phusiologia - knowledge of nature; study of chemical and physical processes that accounts for life functions; concerned with explaining the functioning of whole organisms.
  2. Nervous, Muscular, Connective, Epithelial
  3. These systems play a central, coordinated role in homeostasis.
  4. Receptor; Control Center; Effector
  5. When blood travels above adipose tissue, skin is {this}.

5 True/False Questions

  1. HypothalamusOrgan which is the body's thermostat by monitoring the temperature of the blood and signals it receives from the body's cold - hot receptors. It can respond to temperature changes as small as 0.01 °C. Regulates body core to 98.6 - 99.7 °F.

          

  2. PhospholipidOrgan which is the body's thermostat by monitoring the temperature of the blood and signals it receives from the body's cold - hot receptors. It can respond to temperature changes as small as 0.01 °C. Regulates body core to 98.6 - 99.7 °F.

          

  3. Survivable Ambient Temperature RangeExposure to cold temperatures down to 55 °F or hot temperatures up to 130 °F. (Subject nude in dry air.)

          

  4. Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723)Modern physiology dates from his research on the cardiovascular system; "On the Movement of the Heart and Blood in Animals"; blood recycled, pumped out of the heart via arteries which were somehow connected to veins and returned to the heart (capillaries weren't visible).

          

  5. Core TemperatureSkin and oral cavity temperature. Fluctuates with ambient temperature. Slightly lower than rectal temperatures. Varies between 98 °F and 98.6 °F.

          

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