Homeostasis


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Concept Info

NAME

Homeostasis

DESCRIPTION

Homeostasis is the result of variables being regulated such that the internal environment remains stable and fairly constant even though the external environment varies. For example, in humans, the pH of blood and the internal temperature are kept reasonably constant.

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