1) Nervous: regulates the processes of thermoregulation – causes changes in the lumen of blood vessels, initiates the work of glands and muscle contractions.
2) Musculoskeletal: muscles whose contraction increases heat release during cooling (trembling).
3) Integument: human skin: increases heat transfer during overheating, emits sweat and evaporates moisture, cooling the body.
4) Circulatory: with an increase in body temperature, blood flow to the skin increases and heat transfer increases
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