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 »

According to AZ Central, exercise challenges the human body's ability to maintain homeostasis by changing fluid and electrolyte levels along with other physiological aspects. Routine exercise makes the body grow stronger... More »

Homeostasis regulates the heart rate and all of its internal functions to maintain equilibrium. According to Biology Online, homeostasis uses a negative and positive feedback system to keep the human body running efficie... More »

Feedback loops help maintain homeostasis by allowing the organism to respond to changes in its environment. Feedback loops are important because organisms are always dealing with changes in environment or internal condit... More »

The five levels of organization in a multicellular organism are cells, tissues, organs, organ systems and organisms. The level of complexity and functionality increases going from cells to organisms. More »

Homeostasis is the characteristic of an organism to regulate its internal conditions. An example is the body regulating its internal temperature by shivering or sweating. More »

Skeletal muscles help maintain homeostasis by shivering to raise the body temperature or helping the human to move. Humans move from one place to the next to obtain the resources they need, such as food and water. Food, ... More »