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1. are control systems automatic or not

2. Which of the following is not part of Homoeostasis
responding to changes outside the body
keeping conditions inside the body on the right level
allowing large changes in conditions inside the body
responding to changes inside the body

3. complete the sentences with the following; a coordination centre, a stimulus, effectors, receptors
The increase in body temp is detected by __________
Information is then sent to the ____________
The information is processed and a signal is sent to __________


ANY help is appreciated xxx
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What are your thoughts on these?
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What are your thoughts on these?
i'm just stuck
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We can help you through the answers but noone is going to provide you with the answer just like that.
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(Original post by hasfaz)
1. are control systems automatic or not

2. Which of the following is not part of Homoeostasis
responding to changes outside the body
keeping conditions inside the body on the right level
allowing large changes in conditions inside the body
responding to changes inside the body

3. complete the sentences with the following; a coordination centre, a stimulus, effectors, receptors
The increase in body temp is detected by __________
Information is then sent to the ____________
The information is processed and a signal is sent to __________


ANY help is appreciated xxx
Study help works best if you have a go at the question first and post your attempt so we have something to work with - people are usually happier to help you once you’ve made an effort at answering it yourself.

What do you know so far about homeostasis from what you've learnt? What is the point of homeostasis?
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(Original post by hasfaz)
1. are control systems automatic or not

2. Which of the following is not part of Homoeostasis
responding to changes outside the body
keeping conditions inside the body on the right level
allowing large changes in conditions inside the body
responding to changes inside the body

3. complete the sentences with the following; a coordination centre, a stimulus, effectors, receptors
The increase in body temp is detected by __________
Information is then sent to the ____________
The information is processed and a signal is sent to __________


ANY help is appreciated xxx
Yes control systems are automatic. Because negative feedback works that way. When some change occurs, something happens automatically so as to decrease that change. They are of course, automatic.

2. I guess it's the 3rd option. Because homeostasis does respond to changes both outside the body (for example a temperature drop in the external environment will make you shiver, allow vasoconstriction, raise body hairs and raise adrenaline levels and inside the body (when blood glucose level drops, your body responds by secreting more glucagon and less insulin). So, by bringing these changes, it brings the body conditions to the right level, although they keep fluctuating above and below the set point, but the system brings it near to the set point. So, it must the 'allowing large changes in conditions inside the body' which is not part of homeostasis.

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The increase in body temp is detected by receptors
Information is then sent to a coordination center
The information is processed and a signal is sent to effector


Cheers! XD
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Yes control systems are automatic. Because negative feedback works that way. When some change occurs, something happens automatically so as to decrease that change. They are of course, automatic.

2. I guess it's the 3rd option. Because homeostasis does respond to changes both outside the body (for example a temperature drop in the external environment will make you shiver, allow vasoconstriction, raise body hairs and raise adrenaline levels and inside the body (when blood glucose level drops, your body responds by secreting more glucagon and less insulin). So, by bringing these changes, it brings the body conditions to the right level, although they keep fluctuating above and below the set point, but the system brings it near to the set point. So, it must the 'allowing large changes in conditions inside the body' which is not part of homeostasis.

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The increase in body temp is detected by receptors
Information is then sent to a coordination center
The information is processed and a signal is sent to effector


Cheers! XD
Thank you soooo much although it's a shame I already handed the sheet in and my answers are not the same to yours
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