Asked by: Naceur Caparrozscience biological sciences
Is maintaining stable conditions inside the body?
Correspondingly, why do cells need to maintain stable internal conditions?
The cells that make up organisms have a big job - keeping those organisms healthy so that they can grow and reproduce. The maintenance of stable, constant, internal conditions is called homeostasis. Your cells do this by regulating their internal environments so that they are different from the external environments.
Beside above, what does stable internal conditions mean?
Living Things Maintain Stable Internal Conditions When any living organism gets thrown off balance, its body or cells help it return to normal. In other words, living organisms have the ability to keep a stable internal environment. Maintaining a balance inside the body or cells of organisms is known as homeostasis.
An organism must be able to maintain internal body conditions even when the external environment changes. Examples of changes include pH, temperature, salt levels, water levels, and glucose levels.