Chapter 10 Internal Regulation. Temperature Regulation. Temperature affects many aspects of behavior. Temperature regulation is vital to the normal functioning of many behavioral processes.
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Osmotic thirst occurs because the human body maintains a combined concentration of solutes at a fixed level of .15 M (molar).
Solutes inside and outside a cell produce osmotic pressure, the tendency of water to flow across a semi-permeable membrane from an area of low solute concentration to an area of high solute concentration.
Occurs when solutes are more concentrated on one side of the membrane.