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28. Feedback Control Mechanisms

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This Biology Factsheet summarises the processes of negative and positive feedback control mechanisms and illustrates how such mechanisms help to regulate blood concentration, blood glucose concentration, the menstrual cycle, birth and body temperature.

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September 1998

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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