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Homeostasis is the ability of an organism to maintain a stable, constant internal environment, even when the external environment changes. Humans maintain homeostasis in processes such as controlling temperature, blood p... More »

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Homeostasis is the process through which an organism maintains certain internal conditions, such as a human body's internal mechanisms maintaining body temperature at a specific level to prevent over or under heating; th... More »

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By maintaining homeostasis, organisms remain healthy, strong and stable, with protection from the attacks of foreign organisms, such as viruses, bacteria and fungi. Homeostasis enables organisms to remain balanced while ... More »

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