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Aims of the session: Learn about the control of blood glucose concentration. Be able to answer exam questions. Summarise the key points about this example of homeostasis. Control of blood glucose concentration . We eat food containing carbohydrates. The carbohydrates are fully digested

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Aims of the session:

  • Learn about the control of blood glucose concentration.
  • Be able to answer exam questions.
  • Summarise the key points about this example of homeostasis
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The carbohydrates

are fully digested

to glucose which

is absorbed

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The carbohydrates are fully digested

to glucose which is absorbed

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The pancreas detects the change in blood glucose concentration and releases the appropriate hormone