Why is the temperature at the extremities, such as the fingers, sometimes colder than the core body temperature? O A. So that le

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Why is the temperature at the extremities, such as the fingers,
sometimes colder than the core body temperature?
O A. So that less energy is lost in cold environments.
OB. The fingers need to be colder to protect the durability of the nails.
C. The fingers do not have thermoregulation mechanisms.
D. So that more energy is lost in cold environments.

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Thu Hương 1 year 2021-07-27T16:46:26+00:00 1 Answers 9 views 0

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    2021-07-27T16:47:57+00:00

    Answer:

    A. so that less energy is lost in cold environments.

    Explanation:

    When it’s cold outside, your body makes sure to keep the blood flowing to your core and vital organs to keep them warm. This can change the amount of blood flow to your hands and feet, making them feel cold. This is normal. The blood vessels in your hands and feet constrict (spasm) when it’s cold, to prevent heat loss from your core

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