What is homeostasis The maintenance of relatively constant conditions in the

What is homeostasis the maintenance of relatively

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34.What is homeostasis? 35.What is homeostasis's role in physiology? 36.What is the only system that doesn't function to maintain homeostasis? 37.What does it mean to say the internal environment is regulated to remain constant? Negative Feedback Control in Homeostasis 38.How do the terms regulated variable, set point, integrating center, and effectors fit into the definition of negative feedback? Chapter 2 Biomolecules , 2.1 page 19-Describe carbon in the context of how many electrons it has in its outermost shell, what sort of bonds it forms and with what. -What other atoms are common to biomolecules? -What characteristic of carbon is responsible for the formation of large, complex carbon-containing molecules?-What are the four basic types of biomolecules?
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Carbohydrates-What makes up a carbohydrate and what is its general formula? -What are the groups that bind to carbons in carbohydrates? -What does it mean when carbohydrates are described as being polar?
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