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Feedback Loop: Thermoregulation Through Evaporative Cooling

Zoology Unit3: Homeostasis

zannie dallara

on 30 November 2012

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Transcript of Feedback Loop: Thermoregulation Through Evaporative Cooling

Sweat cools the body (3) Blood vessel dilate and bring blood to the skin
Water gets gathered from the blood and pushed out the sweat gland
As water heats up on the surface and evaporates it cools the surface How it Works (2) Methods: sweating, panting, bathing Evaporative Cooling Circulation adaptations
Evaporative cooling Too Hot Endothermy References By Zannie Dallara Feedback Loop:
Thermoregulation Through
Evaporative Cooling 1.http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/homeostasis
2. http://mcat-review.org/skin-system.php
3. http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/free/0073403490/578766/sample_chapter01.pdf Animals that maintains stable body temperature in various ways
Cooling & heating the body(1) Too Hot
(humans above 36C) Sweating Cools the Body Negative Feedback Loop
Too Hot = Cool down Receptor & Integration Center STIMULUS The Brain interprets the heat Effector Sweat Response Primary Organ Involved: The Skin If loop failed!
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