Explain How Feedback Loops Allow The Body To Maintain Homeostasis, And May Allow It To Conserve Energy?


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They work a bit like a thermostat that keeps a constant temperature in a house. Negative feedback loops work through receptors, which sense a change such as in blood pressure. Signals are then sent to the control centres, usually in the brain, which then give instructions to the effectors - mechanisms which then regulate conditions such as blood pressure and bring it back to normal.

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