Homeostasis describes a self-regulating process by which a biological system makes adjustments to achieve a state optimal for survival. It is stability produced by dynamic equilibrium, i.e. continual change to produce a consistent condition.
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- "homeostasis | Definition, Examples, & Facts". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved January 9, 2019.
homeostasis the maintenance of stable internal biological conditions (e.g. body temperature) in a changable environmen