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(physiology) processes that maintain a generally constant physiological state in a cell or organism

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Conscious pigeons (Columba livia) are able to autoregulate CBF over a MAP range of approximately 50-190 mmHg.
These vessels are putatively unable to autoregulate when normal perfusion is reestablished by complete resection of the AV shunt.
3) The posterior circulation territory is thought to be most vulnerable because it has a relatively poor ability to autoregulate.
A central feature of the primary therapeutic intervention in the current study was reduction of avoidance and production of belief in personal competence to monitor stimuli consumption, evaluate perceptions, and autoregulate responses.
On-line pouch check-weighing and automatic reject pouches outside preset tolerances: "The check-weighing system feedback this information to autoregulate the dose with trend control feedback," Burger states.
Loss of autoregulation of cerebral blood flow (CBF), the brain's ability to autoregulate blood flow, can be impaired by stroke subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH).
Melanomas that produce growth factors and cytokines, together with the corresponding receptors, can potentially autoregulate their own tumoral behavior.
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