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  • Positive Feedback
  • I'm ready for this game!!!
  • I've got he ball!!!
  • Come on, make it!!!
  • I should be able to play, after I stop the bleeding.
  • Are you alright?
  • Lucian is ready for the soccer game, and being goalkeeper is a big deal to him. The game begins. His homeostasis is stable. 
  • Come on guys! You can do it!!!
  • As the game progresses, one of the players of the opposing team tries making a shot, but Lucian blocks it by sliding on the ground. Soon he notices that he's cut open his elbow and is now bleeding. The referee pauses the game, and Lucian is substituted. Homeostasis is disturbed.
  • Once off the field, Lucian attempts to stop the bleeding. The platelets adhere to damage. Then the stimulus is the platelets adhering and releasing granules. The Receptor sense the granules with immune cells and other platelets. With the afferent pathway, the information is sent to the control center.
  • Although he can't play yet, Lucian still shows support to his team. In the control center, the stimulation of activation overcomes inhibitory signals. This information is sent along the efferent pathway to the effector.  The effector makes adjustments to increase  the stimuli by making more platelets adhere to clot.
  • Lucian's wound has stopped bleeding, and it looks like a scab is forming. Even though the platelets plug is fully formed, the response still leads to the release chemicals that attract more platelets. 
  • It finally stopped bleeding. Maybe I can play the second half.
  • The platelet plug closes the wound, so homeostasis is stable once more. Now Lucian can return to play the final half time of the game. And his team eventually ties with the other.
  • Well this was actually fun!!!
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