A collection of lesson plans, presentations and animations about homeostasis.

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Upon completion of this lesson students will be able to identify biological and chemical processes that maintain homeostasis, characterize the use of biological and chemical processes in response to common homeostatic disruptions, and investigate the process of how homeostasis maintains a stable internal body temperature when the external temperature changes.
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Homeostasis-Skin (SMART-created)

by SMART Technologies SMART Technologies ULC

Label a diagram of the skin, and find out how your skin functions to help you regulate your body temperature. This lesson activity is also compatible with the Senteo interactive response system. To download Notebook interactive viewer visit www.education.smarttech.com/nbiv
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Students can view the animation, then complete the quiz to test their knowledge of the concept. Animation illustrates the difference between positive and negative feedback in molecular and physiological processes that are controlled by feedback mechanisms.
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Looks at the principle of negative feedback, and how it controls blood/sugar, water and temperature in organisms through homeostasis.
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Temperature Regulation

by Sophie Teacher

Temperature Regulation animation and problem set.
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