Biology - Physical Exercise
Homeostatic mechanisms operate during exercise
Physical exercise places demands on the body in terms of the need for an
increase in supply of nutrients and water, and removal of wastes and excess
heat. Homeostatic mechanisms operate to re-establish stable conditions.
During exercise, the following occurs:
Consider what has to take place to meet these demands in the graphic
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