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Question #127371

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1. Which structures are all involved in controlling human body temperature? A blood vessels near the skin surface, the cerebellum and sweat glands B blood vessels near the skin surface, the hypothalamus and skeletal muscles C kidneys, the cerebellum and sweat glands D kidneys, the hypothalamus and skeletal muscles



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2020-08-06T05:26:47-0400

B. blood vessels near the skin surface, the hypothalamus, and skeletal muscles.

Hypothalamus is a brain region that controls metabolic processes including thermal exchange. Blood vessels control the loss of heat depending on their diameter. Skeletal muscles can produce extra heat during extensive contraction.


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