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Thermoregulation is the term used when biological systems attempt to maintain temperature. After watching the previous animations and reading the textbook, prepare a summary table. Outline the body’s thermoregulatory response to

•   an increase in internal temperature due to exertion
•   a colder external temperature than body temperature

Explain how peripheral heat loss, selective vasoconstriction, vasodilation, and countercurrent heat exchange are involved in each circumstance.

    Increased temperature (body)  due to exertion   T (body) > T (environment)
Peripheral heat loss     
Countercurrent exchange
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