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Category: Co-ordination and Homeostasis
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1.Regulation of glucose level

The liver maintains the blood glucose level at approximately 90mg glucose per 100cm3 blood. The liver prevents blood glucose levels from varying up and down according to how recently food has been eaten.

glucose-regulation

2.Regulation of lipid content

The liver is involved in the processing and transport of fats rather than their storage.

lipid regulation

3.Protein metabolism

4.Detoxification 

5.Heat production

6.Elimination of hormones

7.Elimination of haemoglobin

8.Storing blood

9.Storing vitamins

10.Storing minerals

Functions of the liver which are not a part of homeostasis

 

A sample mind map to make you feel easy....

functions of the liver

 

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