Homeostasis Story Board
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Woah, what's that water coming from my skin?
Well that's called sweat, and it's what happens when your body gets too hot.
Why do I sweat when I get hot?
Well your body is a big receptor that responds to stimuli. It monitors the environment around you and chooses how to react by sending it through the nervous system, which I call the Afferent Pathway, to me, the control center.
Nope, next I send a message though the Efferent Pathway to the effector. The effector is your response to what the receptor received. This whole process is a mechanism in the body that's called negative feedback.
Oh wow, is that all that happens?
Thanks Mr. Brain!
Oh I understand negative feedback now. Same if I were to get too cold I would shiver right?
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