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S2 metabolism homeostasis
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Homeostasis is a state of meaning a———
What are the components of transcellular fluid?
CSF, ocular fluid, joint fluid
The body compartment are in a:
A. Dynamic steady state, not equilibrium
B. Dynamic steady state and equilibrium
C. Not dynamic steady state, just equilibrium
D. Not dynamic steady state, not equilibrium
Which receptor can detect stretch of the arterial wall during high blood pressure?
What are the two important control centers in the brain?
Hypothalamus and medulla oblongata
What system is controlled by the hypothalamus?
What does the medulla control?
Ventilation and cardiovascular system
When kidney retains water what does happen to amount of fluid in blood vessels?
The amount of water inside the blood vessels increases
What's an example of local control?
Dilation of regional blood vessels
Reflex control that uses the————-and————-system
The nervous system sends signals to the———-,———-and ———-
Heart, kidney,blood vessels
Most of the system and function of the body controlled through the —————-feedback
When does FB signal to the endocrine gland become powerful enough to slow further hormone secretion?
Only When the activity of the target tissue rises to an appropriate level
Regulation of blood pressure is an example of——— feedback
What's an example of positive feedback?
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