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Q: Organisms have the ability to regulate their internal environment in order to maintain a steady state called _____. metabolism homeostasis life
A: Organisms have the ability to regulate their internal environment in order to maintain a steady state called - homeostasis
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User: Organisms have the ability to regulate their internal environment in order to maintain a steady state called _____. metabolism homeostasis life

Weegy: Organisms have the ability to regulate their internal environment in order to maintain a steady state called - homeostasis
mythmoh|Points 5349|

User: Organisms at the cellular level cannot maintain homeostasis. True False

Weegy: True
csnyder83|Points 1610|

User: Along with sensory receptors, _____ transport information to the integrating center. effectors signal pathways sensory organs

Weegy: B.signal pathways
rickjames|Points 884|

User: A plant may open and close its stomata to prevent excess water loss and maintain _____. adaptability homeostasis negative feedback a system level

Weegy: homeostasis.
Fanboy|Points 2821|

User: Claude Bernard first recognized _____. separate fluids outside and inside the cell plant stomata opening and closing to maintain homeostasis feedback loops chemical reactions of enzymes

Weegy: Claude Bernard first recognized plant stomata opening and closing to maintain homeostasis. ............
sujaysen|Points 4942|

User: Cells can regulate what they need or don't need to maintain their own health. True False

User: Claude Bernard first recognized _____. separate fluids outside and inside the cell plant stomata opening and closing to maintain homeostasis feedback loops chemical reactions of enzymes

Weegy: Claude Bernard first recognized plant stomata opening and closing to maintain homeostasis. ............
sujaysen|Points 4942|

User: Organisms have the ability to regulate their internal environment in order to maintain a steady state called _____. metabolism homeostasis life

Weegy: Organisms have the ability to regulate their internal environment in order to maintain a steady state called - homeostasis
mythmoh|Points 5349|

User: Along with sensory receptors, _____ transport information to the integrating center. effectors signal pathways sensory organs

Weegy: B.signal pathways
rickjames|Points 884|

User: Organisms at the cellular level cannot maintain homeostasis. True False

Weegy: True
csnyder83|Points 1610|

User: After receiving a stimulus, the _____ send(s) signals to the appropriate area of the body. sensory receptors integrating center effectors Question #6MultipleChoice Score: An example of maintaining homeostasis at the system level would be _____. the liver storing excess sugar moleculesendocytosis and exocytosis of substancesbreathing faster while jogging Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Negative feedback is most like _____. an air conditioner that turns on if the temperature gets too hotadding wood to a burning fire to increase the heatnot eating anymore when you're full Question #8TrueFalse Score: Cells can regulate what they need or don't need to maintain their own health. TrueFalse Question #9MultipleChoice Score: Environmental change that triggers a definite action on the part of the organism serves as a(n) _____. stimulusresponseeffector Question #10TrueFalse Score: Minerals and compounds that are not present in the proper proportion can cause sickness or death. TrueFalse Question #11MultipleChoice Score: A plant may open and close its stomata to prevent excess water loss and maintain _____. adaptabilityhomeostasisnegative feedbacka system level Question #12MultipleChoice Score: Positive feedback is most like _____. an air conditioner which turns on if the temperature gets too hotadding wood to a burning fire to increase the heatnot eating anymore when you're full Question #13MultipleChoice Score: _____ is a control mechanism that intensifies an earlier reaction. A sensory receptorAn effectorNegative feedbackPositive feedback Question #14MultipleChoice Score: _____ occurs when the response serves to counteract the stimulus. MetabolismPositive feedbackNegative feedback Question #15MultipleChoice Score: The response of an effector is _____. to provide a counter stimulus to neuronsto transmit a negative feedback impulseto maintain homeostasisto decrease the external stimulus

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