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How does chemical coordination take place in animals?


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Chemical coordination in animals:

  1. Hormones assist in the coordination of chemical processes in animals.
  2. Endocrine system glands secrete hormones, which are chemical fluids.
  3. Animal growth and development are controlled by hormones.
  4. In contrast to nerve cells, these chemicals reach every cell in the body and cause desired changes as directed by the brain and spinal cord.
  5. Adrenaline, a hormone, is used for this.
  6. It is immediately secreted into the blood and transported to various bodily regions.
  7. In order to provide our muscles with more oxygen, the heart beats more quickly.
  8. Additionally, the respiratory rate quickens.
  9. All of these responses provide the animal body with the ability to be prepared for the scenario.

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