How does the neuroendocrine system maintain homeostasis in the body? a. neuroendocrines activate the somatic response and the sympathetic response. b. neurons only affect females, and hormones only affect males. c. neurons affect the endocrine system, and hormones affect the exocrine organs. d. neurons sense changes in body systems, and hormones cause corrections.
The correct answer is option D, that is, neurons sense variations in the systems of the body, and hormones results in corrections.
The neuroendocrine system comprises of special cells known as neuroendocrine cells. They are dispersed all through the body. The neuroendocrine cells are found in almost every organ of the body. They are primarily found dispersed in the GI tract, colon, stomach, appendix, and esophagus.
The neuroendocrine cells produce and discharge hormones and identical substances, like peptides in reaction to chemical or neurological signals. The hormones then go into the blood and pass all through the body to the target cells. The hormones combine with particular receptors on the target cells that result in modifications in the cells and what they do.
ANSWER : D. Neurons sense changes in body systems, and hormones cause corrections.
Nerves monitor the body, and hormones make adjustments, or. Neurons check for imbalances and tell the endocrine system to send out hormones.
Nerves monitor the body, and hormones make adjustments.
The neuroendocrine system produces and releases hormones which are basically chemicals that travel via the bloodstream to specific organs in the body to control things like heart rate, glucose release rate, etc. This is how homeostasis in maintained.
d. neurons check for imbalances and tell the endocrine system to send out hormones.
The neuroendocrine system represents the interaction between the nervous system and the endocrine system. Its function includes the brain regulation of the hormonal activity in the body. The recognition of stimulus starts in the brain, especially the hypothalamus which controls the secretion of pituitary gland hormones.