The general principles of physiology

Chapter 3 contains many examples that demonstrate the eight general principles of physiology described in Chapter 1. For each general principle of physiology listed below, select the example that best represents that principle.
Most physiological functions are controlled by multiple regulatory systems, often working in opposition.
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The structure is a determinant of and has coevolved with the function
Controlled exchange of materials occurs between compartments and across cellular membranes.
Physiological processes are dictated by the laws of chemistry and phvsics.
Physiological processes

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