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Which systems interact to maintain blood pressure? A. urinary, circulatory, endocrine B. circulatory, respiratory, nervous C. muscular, endocrine, nervous D. urinary, endocrine,
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User: Which systems interact to maintain blood pressure? A. urinary, circulatory, endocrine B. circulatory, respiratory, nervous C. muscular, endocrine, nervous D. urinary, endocrine, nervous





Weegy: D



User: If a change in the body causes more change, but in the opposite direction the system is called A. feedback inhibition. B. positive feedback. C. negative feedback. D. neutral feedback.

Weegy: C



User: George is running a 5-km race and his cells need more oxygen. Which change will help his body meet the increased demand for oxygen? A. His heart beating more quickly. B. His pancreas releasing more insulin. C. His breathing becoming more shallow. D. His sweat glands becoming more active.



Weegy: I do not know the answer so im going to take a educated guess of D
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