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Tonic control

tonic control

nerve impulses that maintain a normal tonus or level of activity in muscle or other effector organs.

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Homeostatic Process

... stimulus would be the change of osmolarity of the plasma) Antagonistic control mechanisms?--> b. Two effectors with opposite effects c. Only ... increase or decrease output e. A lower threshold for the stimulus than tonic control mechanisms THanks.

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by Nicolodn
Sat Sep 18, 2010 6:58 am
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Homeostatic Process
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