Project #88899 - Human Anatomy and Physiology

Instructions: This is an essay. Answers should be given in complete sentences that are grammatically correct and checked for spelling. Grammar and spelling will count toward the grade. Answers should be well thought-out and demonstrate understanding of the concept. Poorly written and sloppy essays will result in a deduction of points.

Answers are expected to be solely your own work. Do not discuss answers with or copy answers from other students. This will result in zero points being awarded. In addition, do not copy text from any source. Answers should be in your own words and copying text will result in zero points being awarded.

Essays should be typed. Answers should be complete and essays should be 2 double-spaced typed pages. The font size should be 12 or less in Times New Roman. An essay that is shorter than 2 FULL double-spaced typed pages with font size of 12 is too short and points will be deducted. Essays are due no later than 11:59 pm Sunday, November 1st. Essays must be submitted using the Assignment feature in Blackboard. Essays attached to emails will not be accepted. The submission must be in .doc or .rtf format or I cannot open them. Refer to the syllabus for the policy on late assignments.

Topic: Define homeostasis and negative feedback. Why are these physiological mechanisms so important? Choose one controlled homeostatic condition in the human body and describe in detail the controlled condition, the set point and tolerable range for that condition, the physiological processes that could happen for the condition to move outside the tolerable range, the normal physiological response of the body to return to homeostasis, and what specifically would happen if the body cannot return to the tolerable range (I want specifics here as it relates to the condition you chose, not just “you die”).

Examples of controlled conditions (these are just examples, you don’t have to choose one of these if you can think you something else):

Body temperature

Blood ph

Cardiac rate

Blood pressure

Any hormone in the body

Subject Science
Due By (Pacific Time) 10/27/2015 12:00 am
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