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radiation heat from the body is transferred to cooler objects not touching the skin
conduction the loss of heat to cooler air or objects that touch the skin
convection air currents move warmer air away from skin surface and facilitate heat loss
vasoconstriction arterioles in the dermis constrict to decrease the blood flow
vasodilatation arterioles in the dermis dilate or expand to increase the blood flow
evaporation changing water to vapor on the skin surface to facilitate heat loss
respiratory acidosis CO2 is not exhaled and increases in the body system from pulmonary disease
respiratory alkalosis CO2 is exhaled excessively and decreases the gas level i the body system caused usually by hyperventilation
metabolic acidosis when excessive H+ ions are retained in the body from kidney disease, uncontrolled diabetes
metabolic alkalosis when there is a decreased of H+ ions caused by overuse of the antacids very uncommon
metabolism all of the reactions that take place in the body
anabolism synthesis or formation reactions in bonding smaller molecules into larger ones
catabolism decomposiition the beraking of bonds of larger molecules to form smaller molecules
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