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water (hydrostatics) and nutrients are controled by the cell membrane, which utilizes energy to maintain the concentration differentials. Temperature control is only found in higher animals (mammals and birds) and is managed by brown fat which has unusually high concentrations of mitocondral in their cells. Mitocondria are concerned with the manufacture of ADP the chief energy storage compound of nearly all life.

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Q: How an organism maintains its internal body conditions such as temperature and amount of water and nutrients?
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How an organism maintains its internal conditions such as temperature and amount of water and nutrients?

water (hydrostatics) and nutrients are controled by the cell membrane, which utilizes energy to maintain the concentration differentials. Temperature control is only found in higher animals (mammals and birds) and is managed by brown fat which has unusually high concentrations of mitocondral in their cells. Mitocondria are concerned with the manufacture of ADP the chief energy storage compound of nearly all life.


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