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The internal environment of the organism. Additional Concepts:. The internal environment of the organism: mostly composed of the extracellular fluid. Additional Concepts:. The internal environment of the organism: mostly composed of the extracellular fluid The ECF includes.

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    1. The internal environment of the organism Additional Concepts:

    2. The internal environment of the organism: mostly composed of the extracellular fluid Additional Concepts:

    3. The internal environment of the organism: mostly composed of the extracellular fluid The ECF includes Additional Concepts:

    4. The internal environment of the organism: mostly composed of the extracellular fluid The ECF includes plasma Additional Concepts:

    5. The internal environment of the organism: mostly composed of the extracellular fluid The ECF includes plasma interstitial fluid Additional Concepts:

    6. How does the organism stay alive?

    7. Organ systems work together How does the organism stay alive?

    8. Organ systems work together to maintain a relatively constant internal environment How does the organism stay alive?

    9. Organ systems work together to maintain a relatively constant internal environment to which the cells are exposed How does the organism stay alive?

    10. Organ systems work together to maintain a relatively constant internal environment to which the cells are exposed In other words: the organ systems carry out How does the organism stay alive?

    11. Organ systems work together to maintain a relatively constant internal environment to which the cells are exposed In other words: the organ systems carry out homeostasis How does the organism stay alive?

    12. Homeostasis:

    13. Homeostasis: the maintenance of a relatively constant internal environment

    14. Examples of homeostasis

    15. body temperature over time

    16. body temperature over time

    17. body temperature over time

    18. body temperature over time

    19. body temperature over time

    20. body temperature over time

    21. body temperature over time

    22. body temperature over time

    23. body temperature over time

    24. body temperature over time

    25. body temperature over time

    26. body temperature over time

    27. body temperature over time

    28. body temperature over time

    29. body temperature over time

    30. body temperature over time

    31. body temperature over time

    32. body temperature over time

    33. body temperature over time

    34. body temperature over time

    35. body temperature over time 37.0 °

    36. body temperature over time 37.0 ° (set point)

    37. Components of a homeostatic mechanism

    38. Components of a homeostatic mechanism Stimulus

    39. Components of a homeostatic mechanism Stimulus

    40. Components of a homeostatic mechanism Stimulus Receptors

    41. Components of a homeostatic mechanism Stimulus Receptors

    42. Components of a homeostatic mechanism Stimulus Receptors ControlCenter

    43. Components of a homeostatic mechanism Stimulus Receptors ControlCenter

    44. Components of a homeostatic mechanism Stimulus Receptors ControlCenter Effectors

    45. Components of a homeostatic mechanism Stimulus Receptors ControlCenter Effectors

    46. Components of a homeostatic mechanism Stimulus Receptors ControlCenter Response Effectors

    47. Regulation of Body Temp. Stimulus Receptors ControlCenter Response Effectors

    48. Regulation of Body Temp. Stimulus Receptors Temp ControlCenter Response Effectors

    49. Regulation of Body Temp. (Various Neurons) Stimulus Receptors Temp ControlCenter Response Effectors