Negative Feedback Loop

by Cathy Parkes January 27, 2022

A negative feedback loop governs most endocrine hormones.
A negative feedback loop governs most endocrine hormones. In this type of feedback, when the body senses there is not enough of a hormone circulating in the blood, changes are initiated to increase production of that hormone. Once the body senses there is too much of that hormone, changes are initiated to decrease production of that hormone.


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