well-regulated system

well-regulated system

[′wel ¦reg·yə‚lād·əd ‚sis·təm]
(control systems)
A system with a regulator whose action, together with that of the environment, prevents any disturbance from permanently driving the system from a state in which it is stable, that is, a state in which it retains its structure and survives.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The current issue also highlights the importance whereby hormones contribute to cellular homeostasis and immune system regulation, and that an imbalance in this well-regulated system can lead to cardiovascular and/or metabolic disorders.
It was revealed that since Kyrgyzstan became independent state authorities were issuing license for subsoil use "just to anyone" violating national legislation, reported chairman of state commission Bazarbai Mambetov.Due to absence of well-regulated system of mineral resources absorption main part of deposits was spent in vain and does not bring desired economic benefits to the country.As a result, for 19 years no significant field was developed and volume state explored mineral reserves did not increase, said Mambetov.
The poor postoperative care that currently results from illegal organ transplants would be reduced if a carefully monitored and well-regulated system were to be introduced.
CSF volume is a very well-regulated system. When volume changes occur, the system compensates.