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What is an autonomic response to the environment?


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Answered 2010-05-28 05:24:11

An example of an autonomic response would the response of the body to cold. The blood vessels to the skin constrict to prevent transdermal heat loss and the in addition the adrenal system activate thermogenesis.

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