Q3-M3-WRITTEN WORK #3
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Humans can react to changes in the environment because of the nervous system. Which word means a change in the environment?29
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Humans can react to changes in the environment because of the nervous system. Which word means a change in the environment?
Which division of the nervous system is responsible for the fast beating of the heart?
Somatic nervous system
Central nervous system
Sympathetic nervous system
Parasympathetic nervous system30s
What type of nerve cells are found only within the brain and spinal cord?
Which of the following body conditions is controlled by the hypothalamus?
interpretation of information
The receptors in a girl’s body detect changes in the environment. Which organs of the body contain the receptors for flashing red lights of an ambulance car?
Which system carries the information to all parts of the body?
Communication and regulation within your body are needed for homeostasis. Which system (s) provides this communication and regulation?
Nervous System and Endocrine System
Nervous system only
Endocrine system only
Immune System and Nervous System30s
Which of the following hormones has no significance in maintaining the calcium level in the blood?
Which of the following statements regarding glucose homeostasis is not true?
the absorption of glucose by the cell in the presence of insulin
the concentration of glucose outside the cell is monitored by insulin and glucagon
the release of ADH to increase water retention in the blood, diluting the glucose
the concentration of glucose outside the cell is monitored by insulin and glucagon30s
Which hormone causes the decrease of sugar in the blood?
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