Physiological condition

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Physiological condition or, more often "physiological conditions" is a term used in biology, biochemistry, and medicine. It refers to conditions of the external or internal milieu that may occur in nature for that organism or cell system, in contrast to artificial laboratory conditions. A temperature range of 20-40 degrees Celsius, atmospheric pressure of 1, pH of 6-8, glucose concentration of 1-20 mM, atmospheric oxygen concentration, and earth gravity are examples of physiological conditions for most earth organisms.[1]

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  1. ^ Casarett and Doulls Toxicology , Basic Science of Poisons. CTI Reviews. 26 September 2016.