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the ability of the body to maintain relatively stable internal condition in the face of continuous external changes.

the study of how the structure of the body's parts and their physical relationship to one another

the study of the function of the body's parts and how the parts interact with each other

i.e=what a parts does

there are 2 mechanism that help us maintain homeostasis

1 negative feedback mechanism

i.e= change in temp. the temp. goes down the body responds by shivering to increase the temp.

2.positive feedback mechanism

i.e=the body responds in the same direction as the stimulus. blood clotting, labor contractions

negative feedback is the most common way to maintain homeostasis. it is used to maintain:

1=body temperature

2=blood glucose levels

3=blood ph levels

4=blood co2 and o2 levels

5=blood pressure