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Kidneys
...  the kidney is known as the ureter. The urethra, on the other hand, is the tube that takes the urine out of the body. Combine all of these organs together and you have your complete urinary system. homeostasis is another function of the kidney. It aims to achieve chemical balance in the body by balancing the amount of minerals and fluids in our body. It is the job of the kidney to regulate the  ...

Hypothalamus
...  major foodstuffs in the body like carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. These major hormones secreted by the hypothalamus help maintain homoeostasis or the intricate state of balance in the body. homeostasis allows our bodies to heal themselves and perform their functions properly.  ...

Parasympathetic Division
...  innervated by the cranial and sacral preganglionic cells. Based on the facts presented, the parasympathetic division is therefore a vital part of the autonomic nervous system. It brings balance and homeostasis to the body because it induces relaxation and a restful state. You can just imagine if only the sympathetic division is responsible for body processes, we would always be on the go with  ...

Diencephalon
...  Your physical appetite, autonomic functions, temperature control, and diurnal rhythms are under the control of this tiny part. With its major function, you can say that this part maintains the homeostasis in the body. Closely associated with it are the optic chiasm, the point where the optic nerves meet; and the mammilary bodies, involved in the olfactory reflexes and response to odors.  ...

Pancreas
...  serves both the endocrine and the exocrine systems. The endocrine functions of the pancreas are managed by the islets of Langerhans. The hormones secreted by the pancreas are crucial to maintaining homeostasis in the human body. The exocrine functions depend on pancreatic juices. They are found within the pancreas, and they are transported to the pancreatic duct, and from there to the duodenum.  ...


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