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Maegee Fernandez


Positive-feedback control systems accelerate a change
The term that literally means self-immunity is autoimmunity
The normal reading or range of normal is called set point
Pathogenesis can be defined the course of disease development.
To accomplish self-regulation, a highly complex and integrated communication control system or network is required. This type of network is called feedback control loop
Extrinsic control usually involves which mode of regulation? nervous, endocrine
The relatively constant state maintained by the body is known as Homeostasis
The concept that information may flow ahead to another process to trigger a change in anticipation of an event that will follow is called feed-forward
Effectors can be described as organs that directly influence controlled physiological variables
The body’s thermostat is located in the Hypothalamus
Shivering to try to raise your body temperature back to normal would be an example of the body trying to maintain homeostasis, a negative feedback-mechanism
Of the 11 major body systems, which is the least involved in maintaining homeostasis? Reproductive
Negative-feedback control systems oppose a change
Intracellular parasites that consist of DNA or RNA surrounded by a protein coat and sometimes by a lipoprotein envelope are called Viruses
The contraction of the uterus during the birth of a baby is an example of a positive feedback
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