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Problem Set 3

1.Regulation and feedback
In the following example shown in lecture,assume that the arterial pressure with the renin-­‐ngiotensin system is restored to 80 mm Hg. What type of feedback is this an example of?

(positive or negative)Calculate the gain of the feedback mechanism. In the example shown, by
what mechanism does the renin-­‐angiotensin system regulate blood pressure?What would happen to the gain of the feedback if this person was taking an inhibitor of the angiotensin-­‐converting enzyme to treat their hypertension (high blood pressure)? Why?
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