Negative Feedback

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To be able to maintain a constant internal environment a number of things must occur:

  • Any change to the internal environment must be detected.
  • The change must be signalled to other cells.
  • There must be a response that reverses the change.

For negative feedback to work effectively there must be an arangement of structures that are coordinated through cell signalling. These structures are part


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