What is homeostasis?



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    Homeostasis refers to the way a living organism (or a single cell in an organism) regulates its internal conditions. Our bodies naturally seek equilibrium in levels like temperature and salinity, often by using negative feedback controls. For example, our metabolism levels change based on the outside temperature, and we also shiver or sweat, to keep our internal temperature about the same. In this way, organisms can adapt to changing external conditions by maintaining the same conditions inside.

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