The cells of some organ or tissue are dividing and also dies (apoptosis). But this happens in somehow controlled manner so that the total size of the organ is approximately preserved or the total number of cells approximately stays the same. As far as I understand, this is somehow collective process, because cells in one side of the tissues should somehow coordinate the division/apoptosis processes with the cells of the far side. I have read in one book about cells, that such controlling mechanisms are purely undesrtood even today. Of course, such mechanisms work only approximately (or - to be more precise - they are more complex than just static preservation of the size/number), e.g. numberadipose cells can increase with time.
But anyway - my question is - what is the name/term for such controlling mechanisms and what are other important keywords/terms which I can use for searching more research papers about this theme?
I have specific interest in the control of those processes, e.g., with the aim to bound those processes for adipose cells and to encourage those processes for the muscle cell.
"cell cycle control" and Hippo-pathways mechanisms can be the answers, but I am still searching for the matter.