Asked Sep 30, 2019

In the negative feedback system for regulation of body temperature. Identify the following. 1. Stimulus 2. Receptor 3. Control Center 4. Effector 5. Response


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Homeostasis is the tendency to resist the change in order to maintain a stable internal environment. Negative feedback regulation is a mechanism of homeostasis to counteract the changes of various properties (te...

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