Why are vesicles important in maintaining homeostasis?
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Why is water balance such an important factor in maintaining homeostasis?
Asked in Body Temperature
Control of body temperature is important for maintaining what?
What organelle is most responsible for maintaining homeostasis?
What part of the cell is most important in maintaining homeostasis?
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Why might a blood clot be important to maintaining homeostasis?
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Why are buffers important in maintaining homeostasis?
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What most responsible for maintaining cell homeostasis?
Why is maintaining homeostasis particularly important to single celled organisms?
How important is homeostasis in maintaining life?
What homeostasis is, is maintaining your internal environment and what I mean be that is a humans "normal" homeostasis is 98.6 as to where an animal may be different. It is very very important to maintain your homeostasis. If your body is not functioning properly to maintain the right body temperature you could die. Think about it, if your body doesn't do what it is supposed to do then your body temp can drop drastically if you are cold or raise if you are hot. I hope this helps answer your question.
Asked in Nervous System
How does the nervous system and hormones work together on maintaining homeostasis?
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Which structure of a cell helps in maintaining homeostasis by moving things into or out of a cell?
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Why is pH important to the maintenance of homeostasis in the body?
Homeostasis keeps the balance in your internal environment. Maintaining homeostasis in the body is done through three vital organs; the kidneys, liver and brain. These regulate the temperature, iron content in our blood, retention and production of energy and overall blood composition. The pH is important because it measures the acidity or basicity of a solution, in which the homeostasis can do its job of maintaining the balance of your internal environment. When a pH level is high or low is a solution it then causes and reaction in which the homeostasis has to balance out.