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Homeostasis: Negative Feedback, Body Temperature, Blood Glucose

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Thermoregulation: Describe how the body's homeostatic mechanisms respond to a rise in temperature?

Describe how the body's homeostatic mechanisms respond to a rise in temperature. I need to know this for my exams.



In People, body temperature is controlled by the thermoregulatory focus in the hypothalamus. It gets the contribution from two arrangements of thermoreceptors: receptors in the hypothalamus itself screen the temperature of the blood as it passes through the brain (center or core temperature), and receptors in the skin screen the outside temperature. Both arrangements of data are required so that the body can make proper changes. The thermoregulatory focus sends driving forces to a few distinct effectors to modify body temperature.

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How does homeostasis control the glucose concentration in the body?

And what can happen if the are not a the right level. I don't understand the glucose levels that are in the body

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Glucose whose atomic recipe C6H12O6 is a sugar. Homeostasis Regulates Glucose which is put away as a Polymer and is effectively directed to remain about steady.

High Blood Glucose or (Hyperglycemia) can prompt crisis complexities, for example, diabetic ketoacidosis or diabetic hyperosmolar disorder. Relentless hyperglycemia puts you at expanded hazard for long haul difficulties, for example, cardiovascular ailment, visual deficiency or kidney disappointment.

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Low Blood Glucose (Hypoglycemia) or a Blood Glucose level beneath 70 mg/dL. is the point at which your blood glucose level turns out to be low to the point that you can't treat yourself and need assistance from someone else. Extreme hypoglycemia is risky and should be dealt with immediately.

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