Homeostasis


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Homeostasis...
Homeostasis and Negative Feedback Homeostasis is one of the fundamental characteristics of living things. It refers to the maintenance of the internal environment within tolerable limits. All sorts o...
http://www.ecsu.ctstateu.edu/personal/faculty/saull/sect9/resous9/cartos9/homeos9.html

Homeostasis...
Homeostasis Homeostasis: resistance to change A person threatened by the environment (or informed of an approaching pleasure or danger) prepares for action. The body mobilizes reserves of energy and ...
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Homeostasis...
PENN VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE HOMEOSTASIS {hohm-ee-oh-stay'-sis} Homeostasis is the maintenance of equilibrium, or constant conditions, in a biological system by means of automatic mechanisms that co...
http://www.kcmetro.cc.mo.us/pennvalley/biology/lewis/homeo.htm

Homeostasis - Wikipedia...
Homeostasis is the regulation of a system's internal environment so as to maintain a stable state. The term most often refers to biological homeostasis in humans and animals, but can apply to any sys...
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Homeostasis at Planetary Level...
  Hamline University Graduate School of Education, St. Paul, MN Explore the Principles of Ecology Balance: Homeostasis in the Biosphere Gaia Theory Earth is a movable feast, always changing. These NA...
http://cgee.hamline.edu/see/questions/dp_balance/dp_bal_planet.htm

Living Ethics: Homeostasis as Ethical Principle C. D. Bessinger, Jr. MD...
Adopting a life-systems perspective and an ethics based on the Good of systems homeostasis opens up new levels of analysis and ...
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Physiological Homeostasis...
The principle of negative feedback control in physiological homeostasis...
http://www.biology-online.org/4/1_physiological_homeostasis.htm

Simple Feedback - Homeostasis...
Simple Feedback Systems: The close control of pool size, as required for many of life's processes, is no accident.  Instead it depends on active and continual adjustments on the part of the body.  Th...
http://physioweb.med.uvm.edu/homeostasis/simple.htm