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Q&A: Explain one way a human being responds to an environmental change in a way that maintains homeostasis?

Question by Bengalsbro: Explain one way a human being responds to an environmental change in a way that maintains homeostasis?
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Answer by CHRISTOPHER M
increase in external temperature -> internal temperature rises -> body brings about negative feedback and sweats cooling body -> internal temperature decreases.

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One comment on “Q&A: Explain one way a human being responds to an environmental change in a way that maintains homeostasis?

  • If a human gets too hot, they sweat. This allows the heat (of their body) to be taken away with their evaporated sweat.
    If a human gets too cold, they shiver. This allows their body to raise it’s temperature.

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