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What keeps body conditions balanced?
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The single most important organ is the pancreas. The beta cells in the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas release insulin in response to rising glucose levels. The high i…nsulin levels signal the liver to take up sugar and store it for later release (when the insulin levels are low). The muscles also take up a lot of the sugar and store it locally or burn it, both in response to insulin and when exercising.
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Homeostasis:The ability of a system or living organism to adjust its internal environment to maintain a stable equilibrium; such as the ability of warm-blooded animals to main…tain a constant temperature; Such a dynamic equilibrium or balance
so you can keep healthy and do sports
Do excercise on regular basis..
What is the central concept of anatomy and physiology that deals with how the body keeps its conditions within a narrow balance?
Nitrogen balance means refers to whether you are building or tearing down muscle. A positive balance means that you are excreting less nitrogen than you are taking in which su…ggests that you are using it to build muscle.
Your circulatory system is so important! It consists of your blood, blood vessels, and heart. Your heart brings blood to your heart through your veins, and when it gets to you…r heart, it goes through your right atrium, through your right ventricle, into your lungs through your arteries, back into your heart through veins, into your left atrium, through your left ventricle, and goes through your biggest artery, the aorta, and then other arteries to go to every cell in your body. You have 3 types of blood vessels; veins, capillaries, and arteries. Veins take blood toward the heart, arteries take blood away from the heart, and capillaries let blood kind of travel wherever, and collects oxygen from the air sacs, which are covered in capillaries. The digestive, respiratory, and urinary systems all connect with the circulatory system, mostly by having blood carry things such as oxygen and carbon dioxide throughout the body Hope this helps!