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HOMEOSTASIS IN ORGANISMS

HOMEOSTASIS IN ORGANISMS

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  1. HOMEOSTASIS IN ORGANISMS

  2. THE DISEASE THAT RESULTS WHEN THE HIV VIRUS ATTACKS THE HUMAN IMMUNE SYSTEM

  3. AIDS

  4. A CONDITION IN WHICH APERSON’S IMMUNE SYSTEM IS OVERLY SENSITIVE TO ENVIRONMENTAL SUBSTANCES THAT ARE NORMALLY HARMLESS

  5. ALLERGY

  6. A PROTEIN, PRODUCED BY THE IMMUNE SYSTEM THAT EITHER ATTACKS INVADING PATHOGENS OR MARKS THEM FOR KILLING

  7. ANTIBODIES

  8. A MOLECULE FOUND ON THE OUTER SURFACES OF CELLS THAT THE IMMUNE SYSTEM RECOGNIZES AS EITHER PART OF THE BODY OR AS AN OUTSIDE INVADER

  9. ANTIGEN

  10. A COMPOUND THAT STORES ENERGY IN CELLS

  11. ATP

  12. ANY OF THE MANY SINGLE CELLED ORGANISMS WITHOUT A DISTINCT NUCLEUS

  13. BACTERIA

  14. A CHEMICAL PROCESS THAT OCCURS IN A LIVING THING

  15. BIOCHEMICAL PROCESSES

  16. A SUBSTANCE THAT CAN SPEED UP THE RATE OF A CHEMICAL REACTION WITHOUT BEING CHANGED OR USED UP DURING THE REACTION

  17. CATALYST

  18. THE PROCESS IN WHICH NUTRIENTS ARE BROKEN APART, RELEASING CHEMICAL ENERGY STORED IN THEM

  19. CELLULAR RESPIRATION

  20. THE GREEN ORGANELLE THAT CONTAINS CHLOROPHYLL; WHERE PHOTOSYNTHESIS TAKES PLACE

  21. CHLOROPLAST

  22. A CONDITION, OTHER THAN INJURY, THAT DISRUPTS HOMEOSTASIS

  23. DISEASE

  24. THE CONSTANT SMALL CORRECTIONS THAT NORMALLY OCCUR TO KEEP AN ORGANISM’S INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT WITHIN THE LIMITS NEEDED FOR SURVIVAL

  25. DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM

  26. PROTEINS THAT SPEED UP THE RATE OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS IN LIVING THINGS

  27. ENZYME

  28. A CYCLE IN WHICH THE OUTPUT OF A SYSTEM EITHER MODIFIES OR REINFORCES THE FIRST ACTION TAKEN BY THE SYSTEM

  29. FEEDBACK MECHANISM

  30. ORGANISMS MADE UP OF EITHER ONE OR MANY CELLS; THEY INCLUDE YEASTS & MOLDS. THEY EAT BY ABSORBING ORGANIC SUBSTANCES

  31. FUNGI

  32. THE PROCESS OF OBTAINING OXYGEN FROM THE ENVIRONMENT AND RELEASING CARBON DIOXIDE

  33. GAS EXCHANGE

  34. A SIMPLE SUGAR THE IS THE MAJOR SOURCE OF ENERGY FOR CELLS

  35. GLUCOSE

  36. SPECIALIZED CELLS THAT CONTROL THE OPENING AND CLOSING OF THE PORES ON THE SURFACE OF A LEAF

  37. GUARD CELLS

  38. THE ABILITY OF AN ORGANISM TO MAINTAIN A STABLE INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT EVEN WHEN THE EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT CHANGES

  39. HOMEOSTASIS

  40. THE BODY’S PRIMARY DEFENSE AGAINST DISEASE CAUSING PATHOGENS

  41. IMMUNE SYSTEM

  42. A HORMONE THAT PROMPTS GLUCOSE TO MOVE FROM THE BLOOD INTO THE BODY CELLS, RESULTING IN A LOWER GLUCOSE LEVEL IN THE BLOOD

  43. INSULIN

  44. ANY MICROSCOPIC ORGANISM

  45. MICROBE

  46. POD-SHAPED ORGANELLES THAT CONTAIN ENZYMES USED TO EXTRACT ENERGY FROM NUTRIENTSaka THE POWERHOUSE

  47. MITOCHONDRIA

  48. AN ENDOCRINE ORGAN THAT SECRETES INSULIN

  49. PANCREAS

  50. AN ORGANISM THAT SURVIVES BY LIVING AND FEEDING ON OTHER ORGANISMS