Overview The human body can regulate its function responding to the change of its environment. Temperature is one of the factors which can modulate the body function. Refer to the related lectures and other resources; answer the followed questions (question 1-5 need at least 400 words together): Q1 In case of cold weather how does human body detect the coldness? Explain the signal detection, delivery, processing and involved cells, tissues and organs.

Overview The human body can regulate its function responding to the change of its environment. Temperature is one of the factors which can modulate the body function. Refer to the related lectures and other resources; answer the followed questions (question 1-5 need at least 400 words together): Q1 In case of cold weather how does human body detect the coldness? Explain the signal detection, delivery, processing and involved cells, tissues and organs.

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Why does the primary somatosensory area have a larger section dedicated to the fingers and hand, than to the feet and toes? Select one: a. the fingers and hand are how we take in more sensory information from our surroundings than the feet and toes b. the fingers and hand are above the spinal cord termination while the feet and toes are below it c. the feet and toes require more motor area so they get less somatosensory area d. the feet and toes are not innervated e. the fingers and hand do not have motor area sections, so they are controlled by the somatosensory area

Why does the primary somatosensory area have a larger section dedicated to the fingers and hand, than to the feet and toes? Select one: a. the fingers and hand are how we take in more sensory information from our surroundings than the feet and toes b. the fingers and hand are above the spinal cord termination while the feet and toes are below it c. the feet and toes require more motor area so they get less somatosensory area d. the feet and toes are not innervated e. the fingers and hand do not have motor area sections, so they are controlled by the somatosensory area

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Why does the primary somatosensory area have a larger section dedicated to the fingers and hand, than to the feet and toes? Select one: the fingers and hand are how we take in more sensory information from our surroundings than the feet and toes the fingers and hand are above the spinal cord termination while the feet and toes are below it the feet and toes require more motor area so they get less somatosensory area the feet and toes are not innervated the fingers and hand do not have motor area sections, so they are controlled by the somatosensory area

Why does the primary somatosensory area have a larger section dedicated to the fingers and hand, than to the feet and toes? Select one: the fingers and hand are how we take in more sensory information from our surroundings than the feet and toes the fingers and hand are above the spinal cord termination while the feet and toes are below it the feet and toes require more motor area so they get less somatosensory area the feet and toes are not innervated the fingers and hand do not have motor area sections, so they are controlled by the somatosensory area

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The primary functions of the spinal cord involve Select one: a. intelligence and memory. b. speech, taste, smell, vision, and hearing. c. reflex actions and communication between the brain and peripheral nerves. d. controlling muscle activity and maintaining balance. e. local control and decision-making for local anatomy.

The primary functions of the spinal cord involve Select one: a. intelligence and memory. b. speech, taste, smell, vision, and hearing. c. reflex actions and communication between the brain and peripheral nerves. d. controlling muscle activity and maintaining balance. e. local control and decision-making for local anatomy.

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