Case study The 2000 meter row

# Case study The 2000 meter row

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Case study: The 2000-Meter Row: A Case in Homeostasis Study Questions- At the start:

# 1. What is responsible for raising Jim's heart and respiratory rate and stimulating sweat just before the race?

When the race is almost ready to begin, Jim's nervous system sends signals to his heart causing his respiratory rate to increase. Since Jim's heart and respiratory rate increases this causes him to breathe more rapidly and causes him to sweat to maintain a normal body temperature.

# 2. Why is the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system active just before the race?

When Jim is about to start the race he feels the pressure and the stress of having to do his best which makes his autonomic nervous system more active due to the stresses he is facing.

# 3. What changes do you think are...

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