Question: Cold Temperatures Trigger Our Body To Generate Heat. In A Negative Feedback Mechanism, What Happens When The Correct Amount Of Heat Is Produced? It Signals Our Hypothalamus To Stop Inducing Shivering. It Signals Our Hypothalamus To Induce More Shivering. It Signals Our Hypothalamus To Induce Sweating. None Of The Above Happens In This Example Of Negative …
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Cold temperatures trigger our body to generate heat. In a negative feedback mechanism, what happens when the correct amount of heat is produced? It signals our hypothalamus to stop inducing shivering. It signals our hypothalamus to induce more shivering. It signals our hypothalamus to induce sweating. None of the above happens in this example of negative feedback. Which statement about hydrostatic skeletons is correct? Longitudinal muscle contractions increase the length of the body cavity. Hydrostatic skeletons are not found in many vascular plants but in almost all multicellular animals. Intervertebral discs and articular cartilage are examples of endoskeletal elements in the vertebrate skeletal system, Movement is produced by muscles that exert pressure against a fluid-filled cavity. The electron transport chain is coupled to ATP synthesis in aerobic cellular respiration. In what way are these processes coupled? ATP synthase provides the electron transport chain with the energy that it needs to generate a proton gradient. The electron transport chain provides the proton gradient that powers ATP synthase. ATP synthase uses the same electron carriers as the electron transport chain, so their proximity to each other makes it simpler for the two systems to exchange these molecules. The electron transport chain uses the oxygen generated from ATP synthesis to accept electrons.
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