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Describe the body's mechanisms for controlling blood glucose levels under normal and stress conditions.?
describe the body's mechanisms for controlling blood glucose levels under normal and stress conditions
Homeostasis The method used to maintain the internal conditions in living organisms. Used to: - Controlling Body water content () - Controlling Body Temperature (Hypothalamus) - Controlling Blood glucose(sugar) levels (insulin) Mainly for the efficiency of enzymes working at an optimum ph, Temperature etc
homeostatic mechanisms involve: - the regulation of blood glucose - breathing rate - heart rate - oxygen levels - osmoregulation (water levels) - thermoregulation (temperature control)
Glucose is a building block of carbohydrates. The best answer that describe glucose is " monosaccharide " .
Robert D. Hamel has written: 'The effects of growth conditions on the production of glucose dehydrogenase apo - enzyme by agrobacteria tumefaciens' 'Aluminum detoxification mechanisms in Pseudomonas fluorescens'
Glucose is not normally found in the urine. When glucose is found in the urine it can be a sign of diabetes of other conditions.
Photosynthesis Gas exchange Creating glucose Controlling the amount of water the plant absorbs And generally controlling homeostatis in the plant
Glucose is not present in normal urine. The presence of Glucose is an indicator of one of a few medical conditions.
Glycolosis (in the cytoplasm) and aerobic metabolism (in the mitochondria) are used to generate ATP from glucose in muscle cells.
Monosaccharide is another term that is used to describe the glucose molecules.
The processes and activities that help to maintain homeostasis are referred to as homeostatic mechanisms. for example regulation of blood pressure, regulation of pH in the body fluids and regulation of blood glucose levels.
The glucose molecule is required for aerobic conditions. Glucose is broken down into molecules that along with oxygen enter the citric acid cycle. This produces energy during aerobic conditions.
It can work maximally at low glucose concentrations (fasting levels of glucose are 3-5mM) so that it is always working at vmax
Glucose is a Monosaccharide. Monosaccharides are most basic units of carbohydrates, and they are monomers of carbohydrates.
This Cellular organelle that contains its own Dna and the mechanisms for Dna expression and transforms glucose sugar into Atp is The Mitochondrion; plural Mitochondria.
Glucose,oxygen and temperature
The nephrons (filtering units in the kidney) actively reabsorb glucose from the urine. Up until a blood sugar of about 200, there should normally be no glucose found in the urine. Glucose in the urine (also called glycosuria), can be seen in diabetes and other conditions that cause an increased blood glucose. There are also some conditions that prevent the nephron from reabsorbing glucose filtered in the kidney.