Organ science and Hematologic system

Homeostasis is the process by which the body regulates its internal environment for chemical and biological processes to occur. Some of the more important variables that need to be controlled include temperature, and the levels of blood sugar, oxygen and carbon dioxide. A number of organs are involved in homeostasis, and these include the lungs, pancreas, kidneys and skin.

 

The process by which the body regulates its internal environment for chemical and biological processes to occur is called Homeostasis.Some of the more important variables that need to be controlled include temperature, and the levels of blood sugar, oxygen and carbon dioxide. A number of organs are involved in homeostasis, and these include the lungs, pancreas, kidneys and skin.

  • Organ structures
  • Systems of the body
  • Body balance and temperature regulation
  • Mechanisms of the body
  • Organ structures
  • Systems of the body
  • Body balance and temperature regulation
  • Blood cell lineages

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