Definitions for "Negative feedback"
Feedback in which the feedback signal is out of phase with the input signal. Also called DEGENERATIVE FEEDBACK.
a homeostatic mechanism where the change in a physiological variable triggers a response which counteracts the initial fluctuation. (cf. positive feedback)
The type of feedbacks used in a closed loop system where the output value is inverted and combined with the input to be used to stabilize or improve system characteristics.
Turning off of an enzyme's synthesis or activity when the product of the reaction that the enzyme catalyzes accumulates. 122
The stopping of the synthesis of an enzyme by the accumulation of the products of the enzyme-mediated reaction.
A mechanism commonly used for control of secretion in the endocrine system.
Control mechanism present in the ecosystem and in all organisms, Information in the form of chemical, physical, and biological agents influences processes, causing them to shut down or reduce their activity.
A corrective mechanism that opposes or negates a variation from normal limits.
Directionless price action in which bars move back and forth between well-defined boundaries.
a reaction to a change in a system that results in a counteraction to the initial change
Keywords:  inhibit, earlier, stage, formation, act
This occurs where the products of a process can act at an earlier stage in the process to inhibit their own formation.
Keywords:  slow, decrease, factors, growth, keeps
Occurs when an increase in A causes an increase in B, which then causes a decrease in A. It helps to slow down the rate of growth of the factors, and keeps the system in control.
A process by which the same substance that produces an effect also acts to terminate the effect.