How does Skeletal Muscle Contribute to Homeostasis?


Skeletal muscles contribute an important part of homeostasis by maintaining body temperature. This is a very important factor to having a healthy body.
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Skeletal muscles can contribute to homeostasis, the body's ability to maintain a constant temperature, by shivering as a reaction to coldness. Shivering is an involuntary contraction of the muscles which generates heat. You can find more information here:
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When you are cold and start to shiver, your skeletal muscles are moving. This movement generates heat, which allows the body temperature to go back to normal.
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Myoglobin is like an emergency oxygen source. Ordinarily oxygen would be carried in the haemoglobin of red blood cells. When the muscles are working, this oxygen source can be deficient
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