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What is a nonliving example of a homeostatic system?

  Answer   A thermostat controlling a heating/cooling system. The thermostat is set at a certain temperature. If the inside temperature drops below this setpoint, the (MORE)

What are the homeostatic responses to changes in the internal environment during exercise?

during exercise, your skeletal muscles metabolize faster hence they require more oxygen and nutrients than when they are in the resting phase. as a result of this, the heart p (MORE)

Explain the probable homeostatic responses to changes in the internal environment during exercise?

Feedback Mechanism A feedback mechanism is the way our body communicates changes to the concerned organs. There are two types of feedback mechanisms: positive and negative. P (MORE)

What do you use to detect a change in the environment?

Environmental change can be determined in several ways: . Measuring equipment: temperature, rainfall, humidity. contaminants . Plant studies: Changes in the types and heal (MORE)

What is the probable homeostatic response of the pancreas to changes in the internal environment during exercise?

Alfa cells from islets of Langerhans secrete the hormone called as glucagon. This glucagon rise the blood glucose level. Glucose is necessary for production of the energy. The (MORE)

What element of a control system detects a change?

A control system receives input from SENSORS which measure  system properties such as temperature, pressure, flow rate,  voltage, tension, compression, weight ... pretty muc (MORE)