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Meaning of "homeostasis" in the Spanish dictionary

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ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD HOMEOSTASIS

La palabra homeostasis procede de homeo- y el griego στάσις, posición, estabilidad.
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PRONUNCIATION OF HOMEOSTASIS IN SPANISH

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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF HOMEOSTASIS

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adjective
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adverb
pronoun
preposition
conjunction
interjection
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Homeostasis is a noun.
A noun is a type of word the meaning of which determines reality. Nouns provide the names for all things: people, objects, sensations, feelings, etc.

WHAT DOES HOMEOSTASIS MEAN IN SPANISH?

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Homeostasis

Homeostasis

Homeostasis (from the Greek homo (ὅμος) meaning "similar" and stasis (στάσις) "state", "stability") is a property of living organisms consisting of their ability to maintain a stable internal condition It remains almost invariant in time) compensating for the changes that occur in its environment through the regulated exchange of matter and energy with the outside (metabolism), Homeostasis is a form of dynamic equilibrium possible thanks to a network of feedback systems that Constitute the mechanisms of self-regulation of living beings. The concept was applied by Walter Cannon in 1926, 1929 and in 1932, to refer to Claude Bernard's concept of the inner milieu, often considered the father of physiology, and published in 1865. Traditionally it has been applied in Biology but, given the fact that not only biological is able to meet this definition, other sciences and techniques have also adopted this term. Homeostasis (del griego homo (ὅμος) que significa "similar" y estasis (στάσις) "estado", "estabilidad") es una propiedad de los organismos vivos que consiste en su capacidad de mantener una condición interna estable (en la que su estado permanece casi invariante en el tiempo) compensando los cambios que se producen en su entorno mediante el intercambio regulado de materia y energía con el exterior (metabolismo), La homeostasis es una forma de equilibrio dinámico posible gracias a una red de sistemas de control realimentados que constituyen los mecanismos de autorregulación de los seres vivos. El concepto fue aplicado por Walter Cannon en 1926, 1929 y en 1932, para referirse al concepto de medio interno (milieu intérieur) de Claude Bernard, considerado a menudo como el padre de la fisiología, y publicado en 1865. Tradicionalmente se ha aplicado en biología pero, dado el hecho de que no sólo lo biológico es capaz de cumplir con esta definición, otras ciencias y técnicas han adoptado también este término.

Definition of homeostasis in the Spanish dictionary

The definition of homeostasis in the Spanish dictionary is a set of self-regulation phenomena, which lead to the maintenance of constancy in the composition and properties of the internal environment of an organism. Another meaning of homeostasis in the dictionary is also self-regulation of the constancy of the properties of other systems influenced by external agents. La definición de homeostasis en el diccionario castellano es conjunto de fenómenos de autorregulación, que conducen al mantenimiento de la constancia en la composición y propiedades del medio interno de un organismo. Otro significado de homeostasis en el diccionario es también autorregulación de la constancia de las propiedades de otros sistemas influidos por agentes exteriores.
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SPANISH WORDS THAT RHYME WITH HOMEOSTASIS


amebiasis
a·me·bia·sis
anquilostomiasis
an·qui·los·to·mia·sis
basis
ba·sis
candidiasis
can·di·dia·sis
casis
ca·sis
chasis
cha·sis
elefantiasis
e·le·fan·tia·sis
estasis
es·ta·sis
filariasis
fi·la·ria·sis
frasis
fra·sis
helmintiasis
hel·min·tia·sis
hemostasis
he·mos·ta·sis
litiasis
li·tia·sis
midriasis
mi·dria·sis
oasis
a·sis
pitiriasis
pi·ti·ria·sis
psoriasis
pso·ria·sis
satiriasis
sa·ti·ria·sis
teniasis
te·nia·sis
tripanosomiasis
tri·pa·no·so·mia·sis

SPANISH WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE HOMEOSTASIS

homecillo
homeless
homenaje
homenajeada
homenajeado
homenajear
homeópata
homeopatía
homeopática
homeopáticamente
homeopático
homeostasia
homeostático
homeoterma
homeotermia
homeotérmico
homeotermo
homérica
homérico
homero

SPANISH WORDS THAT END LIKE HOMEOSTASIS

análisis
antífrasis
antiperístasis
apocatástasis
catástasis
crisis
éctasis
énfasis
éntasis
epítasis
éxtasis
hipóstasis
metábasis
metástasis
paráfrasis
paralasis
perífrasis
perístasis
prótasis
tesis

Synonyms and antonyms of homeostasis in the Spanish dictionary of synonyms

SYNONYMS

Translation of «homeostasis» into 25 languages

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TRANSLATION OF HOMEOSTASIS

Find out the translation of homeostasis to 25 languages with our Spanish multilingual translator.
The translations of homeostasis from Spanish to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «homeostasis» in Spanish.

Translator Spanish - Chinese

动态平衡
1,325 millions of speakers

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homeostasis
570 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - English

Homeostasis
510 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Hindi

समस्थिति
380 millions of speakers
ar

Translator Spanish - Arabic

التوازن
280 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Russian

гомеостаз
278 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Portuguese

homeostase
270 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Bengali

হোমিওস্টয়াটিক
260 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - French

homéostasie
220 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Malay

homeostasis
190 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - German

Homöostase
180 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Japanese

恒常性
130 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Korean

항상성
85 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Javanese

homeostasis
85 millions of speakers
vi

Translator Spanish - Vietnamese

homeostasis
80 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Tamil

நீர்ச்சம
75 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Marathi

homeostasis
75 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Turkish

homeostazı
70 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Italian

omeostasi
65 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Polish

homeostazy
50 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Ukrainian

гомеостаз
40 millions of speakers

Translator Spanish - Romanian

homeostazia
30 millions of speakers
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Translator Spanish - Greek

ομοιόσταση
15 millions of speakers
af

Translator Spanish - Afrikaans

homeostase
14 millions of speakers
sv

Translator Spanish - Swedish

homeostas
10 millions of speakers
no

Translator Spanish - Norwegian

homeostase
5 millions of speakers

Trends of use of homeostasis

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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HOMEOSTASIS»

The term «homeostasis» is regularly used and occupies the 27.892 position in our list of most widely used terms in the Spanish dictionary.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «HOMEOSTASIS» OVER TIME

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Examples of use in the Spanish literature, quotes and news about homeostasis

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10 SPANISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HOMEOSTASIS»

Discover the use of homeostasis in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to homeostasis and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in Spanish literature.
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Introducción a la cronobiología: fisiología de los ritmos ...
HOMEOSTASIS. REACTIVA. Y. PREDICTIVA. LA. GLÁNDULA. PINEAL. Daniel. P. Cardinali. y. Emilio. J. Sánchez-Barceló. TRIPTOFANO \triptofano-hidroxilasa 5-HIDR0XITRIPT0FAN0 L- AMINOACIDO AROMATICO DECARBOXILASA ...
Daniel P. Cardinali, Juan J. Jordá Catalá, Emilio J. Sánchez Barceló, 1994
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Biologia 2
unidad 2 excreción de sustancias y homeostasis protector contra la infección, el 3 % de las personas contraen la tuberculosis y no son tratadas, el proceso de tabicamiento fracasa y los bacilos se difunden por los pulmones, destruyendo el  ...
Cornejo Garcia Jesus, 2006
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Atención primaria: conceptos, organización y práctica clínica
Como se observará a continuación la homeostasis, como salvaguarda del equilibro familiar, se consigue mediante feedback negativos, mientras que las facilitaciones del cambio se obtienen con feedback positivos. Homeostasis y cambio ...
A. Martín Zurro, J. F. Cano Pérez, 2003
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ANATOMÍA Y FISIOLOGÍA HUMANA
HOMEOSTASIS. El cuerpo humano está expuesto a un constante cambio del entorno externo. Estos cambios se neutralizan gracias al entorno interno (la sangre, la linfa y los líquidos de los tejidos que bañan y protegen las células).
David Le Vay, 2008
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Introduccion a la Terapia Intravenosa Para Profesionales de ...
Además, el clínico debe repasar la función del agua, los electrolitos, la osmola- ridad y el pH en la homeostasis del individuo. Los líquidos intracelular (LIC), extracelular (LEC) e intersticial y el pH de los líquidos (p. ej., líquidos isotó- nicos,  ...
Eugenia M. Fulcher, Margaret S. Frazier, 2009
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LOS ESTIRAMIENTOS
La Homeostasis puede ser definida como el mantenimiento de una situación estable. El medio interno de un organismo es, en gran medida, producto del organismo, siendo controlado por él mismo. Los organismos también tienen medios ...
Michael J. Alter, 2004
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Efectos de la diferencia electrolítica de la dieta sobre la ...
Estos efectos son transitorios y es probable que su papel sea escaso en la regulación de la homeostasis cálcica de forma crónica, aunque puede resultar de importancia en el control a corto plazo de las concentraciones de calcio. Existen ...
Rodríguez Piñeiro, Ma Isabel
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Neurociencia aplicada: sus fundamentos
La función más importante del sistema nervioso autónomo es la homeostasis El sistema nervioso autónomo (SNA), a cargo de la inervación de la musculatura lisa de todos los órganos y de la inervación del corazón y de las glándulas exo- ...
Daniel P. Cardinali, 2007
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Homeostasis (Nueva Edicion): Un Continuo Movimiento de ...
Humberto Maturana, Manfred Max-Neef, Douglas Tompkins, Gastón Soublette, Sergio Larraín, Adriana Hoffmann, son algunos de los 23 entrevistados que contiene este libro y en el que cuentan la razón por la cual se alejaron del sistema, su ...
$KeyNames$MONSALVE, FELIPE, 2013
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Efectos de los isómeros del resveratrol sobre la homeostasis ...
Con estos antecedentes, hemos creído que resultaría de interés la realización de un estudio sobre los efectos del RSV en la homeostasis del Ca2+ y del óxido nítrico (NO•) en células vasculares, tanto miocitos de músculo liso como ...
Elíes Gómez, Jacobo

10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HOMEOSTASIS»

Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term homeostasis is used in the context of the following news items.
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A protein homeostasis signature in healthy brains recapitulates ...
In Alzheimer's disease, aggregates of Aβ and tau in amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles spread progressively across brain tissues following a ... «Science Advances, Aug 16»
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Celgene backs Cleave in $37M financing to tame protein homeostasis
Cleave Biosciences aims to create novel small molecules that work to control protein homeostasis to treat blood and solid cancers. Now, oncology giant and ... «FierceBiotech, Aug 16»
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When Blood Pressure Is Political
I teach a medical school course on homeostasis: how organ systems work together to maintain physiological balance. For example, when blood pressure drops ... «New York Times, Aug 16»
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Potassium homeostasis in chronic kidney disease
In patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD), loss of nephron mass is normally counterbalanced by an adaptive increase in the secretory rate of K+ in ... «NephrologyNews.com, Jun 16»
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Expertos señalan a la hepcidina y eritroferrona como las moléculas ...
La hepcidina y eritroferrona son las moléculas fundamentales en la homeostasis del hierro, tal y como ha explicado la coordinadora del curso 'Avances en ... «www.infosalus.com, May 16»
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Control of plasma membrane lipid homeostasis by the extended ...
Acute metabolic changes in plasma membrane (PM) lipids, such as those mediating signalling reactions, are rapidly compensated by homeostatic responses ... «Nature.com, Apr 16»
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Cortical physiology Waking up homeostasis
Homeostatic mechanisms are thought to maintain overall levels of activity within a cortical network within a narrow range. However, how the 'set point' of firing ... «Nature.com, Apr 16»
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Increased exposure to aluminium harmful to gut homeostasis ...
Aluminium is likely to harm gut homeostasis as increased exposure is strongly linked to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) as an environmental risk factor, ... «NutraIngredients.com, Apr 16»
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A simple physical mechanism enables homeostasis in primitive cells
The emergence of homeostatic mechanisms that enable maintenance of an intracellular steady state during growth was critical to the advent of cellular life. Here ... «Nature.com, Mar 16»
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Introduction to 'All roads take to the brain: neural control of energy ...
Although clinically distinct, in recent years it has become increasingly clear that the underlying disturbances in the regulation of energy homeostasis, despite ... «Nature.com, Feb 16»

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« EDUCALINGO. Homeostasis [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-es/homeostasis>. May 2019 ».
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