'Describe negative feedback in living organisms'

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  • 'Describe negative feedback in living organisms'
    • Hormones
      • Significance
        • Glycoproteins
        • Homeostasis
      • Peptide based
        • Insuline
          • Inhibitor of Glucagon
        • Adrenaline
      • Steroid
        • Oestrogen
          • Further reading: Link with cancer / contraception
            • Oestrogen receptor complex?
    • Sympathetic/ Parasympathetic
      • Control of HR
        • Chemoreceptors in carotid arteries
          • Baroraceptors
            • Sympathetic/ Parasympathetic
              • Control of HR
                • Chemoreceptors in carotid arteries
                  • Baroraceptors
                • Pupils dilate/ contract
        • Pupils dilate/ contract
      • Homeostasis
        • Define
        • Temperature
          • Too high denatures enzymes
          • Too low = Less KE
            • Respiration and photosynthesis (rate) both change
              • Too high denatures enzymes
        • Hormones
          • Significance
            • Glycoproteins
            • Homeostasis
          • Peptide based
            • Insuline
              • Inhibitor of Glucagon
            • Adrenaline
          • Steroid
            • Oestrogen
              • Further reading: Link with cancer / contraception
                • Oestrogen receptor complex?
        • Glucose
        • Water
      • Receptors
        • Cell signaling
        • Homeostasis
        • Heart Rate
        • Glycoproteins
          • Plasma membrane
      • Enzymes
        • Structure
        • End-product inhibition
      • Conclusion
        • Significance of negative feedback
        • Consequences if conditions are not maintained
      • Introduction
        • Define negative feedback
        • Role of NF in organisms
      • Response to stimuli
        • Kinesis
          • Define
          • Change in water potential of cells
            • Change in rate of movement with woodlice
      • Plant response
        • Changes in rate of photosynthesis (CO2, Temp etc)
        • Effect of water potential on cells
          • E.G plasmolysed
        • Opening and closing of stomata
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