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Skeletal System Homeostasis

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Lizzy Paulson

on 21 November 2012

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The Skeletal System: Homeostasis By: Elizabeth Paulson and Marina Tretton Sickle Cell Skeletal System Organs Stem Cells Hematopoiesis Homeostasis What is Homeostasis? It is the body's tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium between interdependent elements. Sickled cells alter cell volume The Hematopoietic mechanism reacts with positive feedback Production stays extreme until levels are regular Divides bone marrow into either:
Red Blood Cells: Transports oxygen throughout the body.
White Blood Cells: Makes up the body's immune system. In Conclusion: Positive and Negative Feedback Positive Feedback: The body trying to fix the problem.

Negative Feedback: The body trying to get back to normal. Thanks for listening! Axial-
Vertebral column
Sternum Appendicular-
Bones of the limbs
The pelvis
Supporting thoracic (pectoral) Bone Marrow Found in the pelvis and femur
Special cells called stem cells Sickle Cell is one disease that effects the hematopoietic mechanism. Stimulus Receptor Control Effector Bibliography A detectable change in the
internal or external
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"Stimulus." - Definition from Biology-Online.org. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Nov. 2012. <http://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Stimulus>. Detects change
Sends a chemical or electrical signal to the... Decodes what the message is.
Tells effector whether to use positive or negative feedback Takes action! Homeostasis and its systemic procedure are important because...
Not be able to battle diseases
Keep our body functions normal
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