Physiology 2130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Homeostasis, Endocrine System, Bloodborne

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Homeostasis: a state of body equilibrium or stable internal environment of the body: the body remains in a dynamic state of equilibrium in which internal conditions vary, but always within relatively narrow limits. Interactions among the elements of a homeostatic control system maintain stable internal conditions using at least 3 components: the receptor is a sensor that monitors the environment. Information (output) then flows from the control center along the efferent pathway to the effector (efferent pathway = exits control centre: the effector carries out the control centre"s response to the stimulus.

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